Keeneland Makes Chalet Available To Patrons AT&T Park Expanding Wi-Fi, Apple Pay Carson, Inglewood Stadium Reps Meet With NFL 49ers Address Turf Issues Ahead Of Super Bowl 50 DraftServ Coming To United Center During Playoffs Churchill Downs Bans Selfie Sticks Nats, Astros Submit Plans For Spring Training Home NFL's Grubman Wants Signs Of Progess In Oakland Churchill Downs Unveils Suite Upgrades PawSox Ask Taxpayers For Ballpark Funds
Upcoming Conferences and Events
BALLPARK FOR SALE! ROOMY, BIG YARD, BALL CARRIES WELL
Published April 26, 1996
While chances of an offer from a private buyer are very "slim," the Denver Metropolitan District Stadium Board is statutorily "obligated" to put Coors Field up for sale, according to the DENVER POST. Irv Moss reports the "optimum" time for such an event would be Spring '97 when sales tax collection, being used to pay for the taxpayer owned ballpark, reaches the same level as the stadium's debt, approximately $125-130M. The Board cannot accept an offer less than the total remaining debt or the total tax collection, whichever figure is greater (DENVER POST, 4/25).