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Published October 31, 1997
In Toronto, David Shoalts reported that two new sites are under consideration for the Maple Leafs' new arena. Although the team "won't say" where the proposed sites are, Shoalts writes that "at least one of them is out of the downtown Toronto core" (GLOBE & MAIL, 10/30)....Officials of the New England Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America and the Greater Boston Chapter of the National Spinal Cord Injury Association have dismissed their lawsuit brought last year over the sightlines at the FleetCenter. In return, the FleetCenter has agreed to provide enhanced accessible and companion seats on all levels of the arena (FleetCenter).