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Published April 7, 1998
Ushers, ticket takers and janitors will work the Pirates home opener today under a new contract "that gives Three Rivers Stadium management attendance and disciplinary controls it had sought to improve customer service." Spectacor Management Group "said it won the right to move employees who mistreat fans, violate policy or are otherwise negligent or unable to do the job." The settlement "ends a long squabble that included a three-game strike last September" (POST-GAZETTE, 4/6)....Groundbreaking ceremonies took place yesterday in MO for the 10,000-seat St. Charles County Family Arena, which is expected to attract "at least 115 events each year." As tenants, investors have lined up a United Hockey League franchise and a CBA team, both to begin play in '99 (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 4/7).