Wolff Considering Temporary Bay Area Ballpark Royal Caribbean Against PortMiami MLS Stadium City Of St. Paul Approves Downtown Ballpark One Daytona Scores Another $20M Grant UK To Ink Long-Term Rupp Arena Lease Questions Arise On Soldier Field Expansion 49ers Set Low Prices For Stadium Debut Triple-A Bees Ink Naming-Rights Deal Facility Notes Chicago Exploring Soldier Field Expansion
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Published February 21, 1996
The CO Legislature has yet to either introduce or offer a bill to authorize a ballot question on a new stadium for the Broncos. The lack of action "indicates there's not a whole lot of support in the House to go ahead with this," according to Speaker Chuck Berry (Colorado Springs GAZETTE PRESS TELEGRAPH, 2/21)....Architectural firm HOK has stopped work on a new Tampa Stadium because they aren't getting paid by the Tampa Stadium Authority. The Authority needs "about" $4M to finish the drawings, but reportedly has no further funds. Also, on March 1, about $10M "must be refunded to fans who bought" PSLs last fall. Fans who paid half the cost of a season ticket were to pay the rest March 1 unless no stadium deal had been reached (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 2/20).