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Skiing Uphill: Xanadu Still Without Deal For Indoor Mountain
Published January 26, 2006
|Xanadu Developers Still In
Talks For Indoor Ski Mountain
SUIT OVER BALLPARK: In New Jersey, John Brennan reports Steve Kalafer, owner of the rights to the proposed independent Atlantic League Bergen Cliff Hawks, filed a lawsuit in New Jersey Superior Court yesterday claiming Mills and Mack-Cali “reneged on a deal to build” a minor league ballpark at Xanadu. The suit seeks an injunction “preventing the developers from following through on a vow to seek other baseball suitors if Kalafer has not agreed to a deal by March 1.” Kalafer is asking for “unspecified compensatory and punitive damages” (Bergen RECORD, 1/26).