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Poll Shows San Diego Voters Skeptical Of Economic Boost From New Chargers StadiumPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 24 / 16
Voter skepticism that San Diego would get an "economic boost from a downtown stadium and convention center annex is a significant hurdle for the Chargers ballot measure," according to sources cited by David Garrick of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. A poll shows that the initiative, Measure C on t...
The 49ers are "weighing the possibility of canceling" their new stadium project "altogether," according to Glenn Dickey of the S.F. CHRONICLE, who writes, "The future of the franchise in San Francisco
The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority is "poised" to sign a five-year naming rights deal with Network Associates, a Santa Clara-based computer software company, according to Laura Counts of th
In N.Y., the city is claiming that the Yankees "overbilled" the city $1M for maintenance and repairs to Yankee Stadium during the first half of last year. The city is "refusing" to give the Yankees $8
Houston ballpark opponents have taken "legal action to halt construction of The Ballpark at Union Station," according to John Williams of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. Resident Erik Leonard has filed suit in
In Denver, the Metropolitan Football Stadium District Board approved a new 30-year stadium lease for the Broncos and a resolution putting the stadium question on the November ballot, according to Juli
Rose Bowl officials "flirted" yesterday with selling naming rights to the facility, according to Richard Winton of the L.A. TIMES. Although the Rose Bowl Operating Co. board voted 4-2 to "study the fe
The Spurs will pay for a $150,000 city study to "examine the implications" of building a new arena on the Northeast Side of the city, according to Chris Williams of the SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS. After
Despite "months of negotiations," Houston business exec Robert McNair and city officials are "still apart on several key issues" regarding a deal on a new stadium, according to John Williams of the HO
The Spurs and San Antonio city officials "have agreed" to wait until October for the city to "launch" a 60-day public-comment period for funding on their proposed new arena, according to Tom Bower of
David Passafaro, Chief of Staff to Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and "point man" in ballpark negotiations with the Red Sox, is "close to joining" Boston Concessions, a firm run by business exec Joseph O'