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Published March 13, 1996
PA Gov. Tom Ridge's Sports and Exposition Facilities Task Force heard from local officials and national stadium experts yesterday on options for building new facilities in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh (PHILA. DAILY NEWS, 3/13)....A two-hour hearing was held yesterday on a lawsuit brought by the Tiger Stadium Fan Club to prevent city money from being used for a new facility for the Tigers (DETROIT NEWS, 3/13)....The Atlanta City Council could discuss demolition plans for Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium today. The facility is expected to be razed once the Braves move into the new Olympic stadium next year (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 3/13).... Alameda County supervisors said they will scrap a deal to keep the Warriors in Oakland unless minority and local-owned businesses are guaranteed contracts (OAKLAND TRIBUNE, 3/13).