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Published May 7, 1996
The city of Denver alleges that Aramark owes the city $292,000 in commissions and penalties for under-reporting revenues at Mile High Stadium (PHILA. INQUIRER, 5/7).... Columnist Brent Larkin predicts Cleveland will have trouble meeting the NFL's timetable of selling 70% of skyboxes and club seats for a new Browns stadium by early next year (Cleveland PLAIN DEALER, 5/5)....The city of Miami had set a limit on expenses for attorney M. Ronald Krongold, who is negotiating a possible buyout of Miami Arena. The limit was $10,000. Krongold's expenses to date: $36,947 (MIAMI HERALD, 5/6)....A proposed 30-year, half-cent community investment tax for Hillsborough County would allow 42% for education, 24% for police and safety, and 34% for infrastructure -- 12% of that going to the $8M needed to build a new stadium for the Bucs (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 5/7).