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The N.Y. City Planning Commission yesterday "denied Madison Square Garden's request to operate indefinitely on its current site, reopening questions about moving the arena and shifting a hot-button political issue" to City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, according to Laura Kusisto of the WALL STREE...
Oilers owner Bud Adams, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and Rockets minority owner Gary Bradley were all in Austin Monday to show support for a measure sceheduled to ge before the Senate that would allow ci
Officials from Pinellas County and St. Petersburg are still "far apart" on how to come up with $20M of the $50M needed to renovate the ThunderDome. County commissioners, who are facing a Tuesday deadl
Hoteliers in Boston said yesterday that they will "reluctantly back a hotel tax hike to help finance a new convention center, but not if a stadium is part of the plan," according to this morning''s BO
The growing trend of franchises who threaten to move to "extract better-than-average deals in a free-market economy" is examined by Michael Granberry of the L.A. TIMES. The Chargers, who recently were
With Mariners owners saying they will put the team up for sale next year if a new stadium isn''t built, the future of the team appears to be in the hands of some dissenting lawmakers. The bill that pa
Camden County, NJ, officials, working with former Eagles QB Ron Jaworski and Gloucester Mayor Sandy Love, is putting together plans to build an office park and practice facility for the Eagles (PHILAD
Red Sox officials announced Friday that they have "accelerated their timetable for moving out" of Fenway Park and hope to be playing in a new stadium by 2001, according to the BOSTON GLOBE. Red Sox CE
Nearly 60% of Cincinnati residents "oppose construction of a new downtown stadium for the Reds or Bengals," according to a poll in the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. The poll also found that "only" 19% of votin
Twins President Jerry Bell, the team''s point man for researching the feasibility of a baseball-only facility, met with stadium architects HOK of Kansas City, according to the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino yesterday backed a hike in the city''s hotel tax to help pay for a new convention center complex -- but not with a stadium -- according to Phil Primack of the BOSTON HERALD.