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BUCS BOOSTERS EYE TWO MORE IDEAS TO SAVE FRANCHISE
Published April 25, 1996
Local and state politicians continued to put together "last minute plans tax plans to build a new stadium" for the Bucs, according to Henderson & Metz of the TAMPA TRIBUNE. Two proposals being floated include a referendum on a half-cent Hillsborough County sales tax increase to pay for new schools, police buildings and the stadium, and a 4% increase in the county's hotel-motel tax (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 4/25).