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HUNT LEAVING FATE OF CREW STADIUM IN HANDS OF THE VOTERS
Published December 8, 1997
MLS Crew Owner Lamar Hunt said that he "doesn't plan to take an active role" in a Dublin, OH, referendum that will decide whether his sports group can develop a stadium for the team, according to Jeff Ortega of the COLUMBUS DISPATCH. Hunt: "We're really just pretty much leaving it as a process that the people in Dublin need to do." A special February 10 election will decide if the city of Dublin will participate in a public/private partnership with Hunt Sports Group on a 30,000-seat stadium (COLUMBUS DISPATCH, 12/6).