Warriors Hold Lavish Arena Groundbreaking Glen Taylor Commits $9M More To Arena Upgrades Braves Moving Spring Home To Sarasota County Cowboys' Jerry Jones Hosts "Football Summit" Seattle Mayor Arranging Talks With NHL, NBA Facility Notes Braves Pursuing Palm Beach County ST Complex MLS Commissioner Don Garber Addresses Expansion Target Field Debt Being Paid Off Early FAA Approves Inglewood Stadium Project
Published April 14, 1998
Plans for a $113M sports complex in El Paso, TX, "are in the works" as the city "attempts to lure the Cowboys' training camp" (FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM, 4/10)....MLS Commissioner Doug Logan, on the MetroStars playing at Giants Stadium: "For the next two years we will be in Giants Stadium and make the best of our existence. We need to find a long-term solution that includes a grass playing field. Are we actively involved in a search for that place? The answer is yes" (Bergen RECORD, 4/10)....The city of Denver "plans to hire" PA-based Spectacor Management Group to manage Mile High Stadium. City officials did not disclose the full terms of the contract, which will include a base fee and a percentage of revenues (DENVER POST, 4/14).