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Florida Lawmakers Have A Week To Decide On Daytona Funding
Published April 28, 2014
Meanwhile, Palm Beach County's John Prince Park is "back in the running as a possible spring training site after a game of behind-the-scenes political hardball among elected leaders." State lawmakers this week could "make it easier for the county to get more tax dollars for the construction" of a ballpark. A revised site plan shows "how a two-team facility could fit on 84 acres at the north end of the 728-acre park without affecting existing public amenities" (PALMBEACHPOST.com, 4/26).