Braves Sign Delaware North For New Ballpark Brewers Debut "Selig Experience" At Miller Park Reds, P&G Adding Second Videoboard At GABP Revs Make Progress In Soccer-Specific Stadium Bid Auburn Planning More Upgrades At Jordan-Hare? Missouri Pols Sue Nixon Over NFL Stadium Plan Kentucky Speedway To Host Music Fest Facility Notes Lions Building Premium Club Next To Players' Tunnel Bucks Arena Financing Deal Imminent
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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).