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Univ. Of Kentucky To Ink Long-Term Lease With City To Stay At Rupp Arena03 / 06 / 14
The Univ. of Kentucky "will sign a long-term lease" with the city of Lexington for use of Rupp Arena, marking "the first time the university has publicly said it will sign a long-term commitment" to stay at the venue, according to Beth Musgrave of the LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER. UK officials have "expr...
The Metro Nashville Election Commission has set a referendum for May 7 to determine if voters want to issue bonds to pay for the city''s $149M share of the Oilers relocation deal. State and local offi
The FL House tentatively approved a $2M tax break for the Heat to help pay for a new arena. Both the House and Senate are expected to give full approval to the tax break today (MIAMI HERALD, 3/20)....
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to approve three agreements that will "govern the distribution of revenues and the management and use of Bank One Ballpark for at least the next thir
Tigers President John McHale said one obstacle still faces the prospect a new ballpark for the club -- a lawsuit filed by the Tiger Stadium Club concerning a $55M grant from the Michigan Strategic Fun
Real estate developer Ronald Rubin, who helped broker Comcast''s purchase of the 76ers, Flyers and two arenas, confirmed yesterday he is "laying the groundwork for a huge sports- entertainment complex
Voters in Detroit yesterday voted a "resounding" yes on allowing the city to use public money for a new ballpark, according to this morning''s DETROIT NEWS. Early returns showed Proposal B, a non-bind
The city of Oakland may ask a Superior Court judge for an injunction forcing the A''s to play their first six home games at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, according to this morning''s OAKLAND TR
The Palladium Corp. and its general contractor, PCL Constructors Eastern Inc, have been named in a lawsuit brought by a sub-contractor over a $5M unpaid construction bill for the recently completed Co
Hamilton County voters yesterday "overwhelmingly ratified" a half-cent sales tax increase to build two new stadiums for the Reds and Bengals, according to Michaud & Green of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. D
San Francisco voters go to the polls a week from today to consider a proposal to build a $255M ballpark in the city''s China Basin region. With polls showing the measure being backed by a "large margi