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FACILITIES & VENUES NOTES
Published September 18, 1997
NEW YORK: Prospective Islanders Owners Steven Gluckstern and Howard Milstein met with Nassau County Exec Thomas Gulotta for "what both sides described as a constructive, get-to-know-each-other meeting" regarding the possible development of the 70-acre site of the Nassau Coliseum (Ken Moritsugu, NEWSDAY, 9/18). INDIANAPOLIS: Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) President Tony George "said he believes it's possible a Formula One race could be held" at IMS before the end of '99. George: "It would be an awfully big challenge, but it's feasible" (INDIANAPOLIS STAR-NEWS, 9/18).