Quote of the Day
"This is a payment for a service. This is not a subsidy. ... We are keeping our community arena open for business. We are keeping that arena generating revenue."-- Glendale Mayor Elaine Scruggs, on the city agreeing to pay the NHL up to an additional $25M for the Coyotes to stay another year. (AP, 5/11)
The Vikings and Ramsey County (Minn.) announced an agreement yesterday to "build a $1 billion football stadium with a retractable roof in Arden Hills, capping a furious day of last-minute negotiations and brushing aside concerns from Gov. Mark Dayton and others that the project may be seriously flawed," according to a front-page piece by Kaszuba, Olson & Duchschere of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. Vikings Owner Zygi Wilf attended yesterday's announcement, a day after no team officials participated in Minneapolis' unveiling of a plan for a stadium on the current Metrodome site. Wilf said, "We believe we have selected the ideal site here in Arden Hills. This establishes a venue for the next generation that our kids and ourselves can be ...
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