Bulls, Blackhawks To Build Office Complex Mayor Backs Blackhawks' Proposed Practice Facility Margaret Court Arena Draws Rave Reviews Facility Notes Mets To Install Upgraded Center-Field Scoreboard Facility Notes Wrigley Bleachers Will Not Be Ready Until May Study Identifies Possible Bills Stadium Locations Planners Aim For "Forever" Stadium In St. Louis Raiders Nearing One-Year Lease Extension
Upcoming Conferences and Events
POTENTIAL LEGAL PROBLEMS FOR MINNESOTA FACILITIES COMMISSION
Published December 21, 1995
The Twin Cities' Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission allegedly violated its own hiring procedures and affirmative- action requirements when retaining outside consultants over the past three years. According to comments by Commissioner John Pacheco carried in this morning's Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, MSFC spent $3.8M employing over 20 outside consultants during that time period, only hiring two agencies headed by non-whites (Jay Weiner, Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, 12/21).