Renderings Released For Raiders-Chargers Stadium STL Task Force Expects Stadium Plans By Fall Sonoma Drops Plans For Music Festival Tottenham Eyes Sharing Stadium With NFL Team Vikings Stadium To Feature Fantasy Club Space St. Louis Rep Optimistic After Stadium Presentation S.F. Law May Ban Tobacco At AT&T Park New Tech Changing Ballpark Designs K.C. Star Demands Aramark Fix Food Issues Carson OKs Chargers-Raiders Stadium Plan
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Published October 17, 1996
An anti-stadium group, led by the Libertarian parties in both Wisconsin and metropolitan Milwaukee, have asked U.S. District Judge Thomas Curran to issue a preliminary injunction to block the Brewers stadium project until their challenge to the legality of the stadium tax is decided (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 10/17)....In Philadelphia, the city hopes to release recommendations on stadium deals for the Phillies and Eagles by the spring. David Cohen, Mayor Ed Rendell's Chief of Staff: "We've got our teams ... through the year 2011. They ain't leaving" (PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS, 10/17)....John Thompson, the Browns "Big Dawg," is set to purchase a PSL for the new football stadium. Thompson: "I'm going to buy one, although $250 [the cheapest PSL] is all I can afford" (Cleveland PLAIN-DEALER, 10/16).