A's Negotiating 10-Year Coliseum Lease Big East Signs Lease For New HQ NYC FC To Play Three Years At Yankee Stadium Indy Approves 10-Year Deal To Keep Pacers Sources: 76ers Practice Facility Plans Derailed Charlotte Ballpark Draws Record Per Cap Facility Notes AEG Expanding With Mixed-Use Districts CU Football Upgrades Set For May Groundbreaking 49ers, S.F. Battling Over McCartney Concert?
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Published January 5, 1998
Cleveland Mayor Michael White rejected bids for electric work on the new Browns stadium, when they "came in $9 million higher than expected." In Akron, David Adams wrote the rejection "is a strong signal of the city's intent to hold down costs" (BEACON JOURNAL, 12/25)....In Dallas, a new pro-arena TV spot features Southwest Airlines Chair Herb Kelleher. Southwest has contributed $2,500 to the campaign for a new arena (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 1/5)....In Cincinnati, the Reds "are focusing on a renovated Cinergy Field instead of a new stadium" (CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 12/31).