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Some 49ers Fans Upset Over Ticket Prices, Deadline To Purchase Seats In New Stadium
Published February 1, 2012
ON THE BALLOT? A SILICON VALLEY/SAN JOSE BUSINESS JOURNAL editorial states it "seems the fight for the proposed" 49ers stadium "isn't quite over yet." The editorial: "Or that is how a small but well organized group that opposes the project sees it." They "vow to block the project, by ballot or lawsuit, for as long as it takes." It is a "shame the stadium, which most in Santa Clara have already supported in a ballot measure and their elected officials have repeatedly approved, needs to be endlessly debated." The editorial: "Particularly when petitioners, who say they are looking out for the city's financial well-being, are instead creating threats to a very beneficial project and are seeking to spend municipal funds on needless elections" (SAN JOSE BUSINESS JOURNAL, 1/27 issue).