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MARICOPA COUNTY OK'S AGREEMENTS ON BANK ONE BALLPARK
Published March 21, 1996
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to approve three agreements that will "govern the distribution of revenues and the management and use of Bank One Ballpark for at least the next thirty years," according to Eric Miller of the ARIZONA REPUBLIC. The agreements outline details of "critical stadium-use issues ranging from base rent to be paid" by the Diamondbacks to operation, maintenance, control and use of the stadium when the team is playing games and during the off-season. The team's stadium lease will be completed next year (ARIZONA REPUBLIC, 3/21).