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City Of Charlotte Approves NFL Panthers' Stadium Renovation Proposal
Published April 23, 2013
WANTING MORE: A CHARLOTTE OBSERVER editorial states the "so-called 'tether' is not worth much," as the Panthers have "no intention of moving anytime soon." Charlotte needed "something meaty in return -- like the 15-year tether the Panthers had agreed to if the city gave them" $144M. That is a deal the city "might have had if it hadn’t misplayed its hand so badly." This deal "guarantees only one thing: That the city will be back at the negotiating table all too soon" (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, 4/23).