Officials Break Ground On Pro Football HOF Village Hotel Mercedes-Benz Stadium To Be Ready By Early August Blue Jays Spring Training Upgrades Get Partial Okay New Sports Venue Coming To Birmingham? Quicken Loans Arena Gets Renovation Approval Calgary Continues To Explore Flames Arena Project USC Rolls Out L.A. Coliseum Upgrade Plans Verizon Improving Wireless At The Brickyard Hornets Expanding Team Store At Arena SoccerCity Petition Gets 100,000 Signatures
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Published October 14, 1997
The San Antonio Sports Foundation and the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce "are primed" to launch surveys "to gauge public support for the construction of a new multipurpose arena" (S.A. EXPRESS-NEWS, 10/11)....In Akron, David Adams examined construction of Cleveland's new football stadium in light of cost overruns incurred by Gateway Corp. with Jacobs Field and Gund Arena. Mayor Michael White, on staying within the $247M budget: "We have been relentless with the architect. We have been relentless with the engineer. We have been relentless with the owner's representative. We have been relentless with the construction manager" (BEACON JOURNAL, 10/12).