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Bengals Reach Deal With County To Share Costs Of Paul Brown Stadium Upgrades

04 / 18 / 14

A $16.5M deal between the Bengals and Hamilton County (Ohio) Commissioners will "upgrade Paul Brown Stadium" and "pave the way for the next phase" of The Banks mixed-use riverfront development, according to a front-page piece by Sharon Coolidge of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. The deal marks "what o...

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03/13/96
ORLANDO TO RECRUIT IN CASE NCAA ISN'T IN KANSAS ANYMORE

The NCAA is considering moving its HQs and Orlando sports leaders are ready to recruit, according to Gene Yasuda of the ORLANDO SENTINEL. Orlando Area Sports Commission officials said they have "begun

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03/13/96
BALTIMORE, REDSKINS STADIUMS FINALLY UP FOR VOTE

The MD Senate votes today whether to spend $258M on new stadiums for Baltimore''s NFL team and the Redskins, according to the WASHINGTON POST. Legislative leaders predict there will be enough votes to

Tags: Facilities, NFL, Washington Redskins

03/13/96
K.C. ARENA POSSIBILITIES INVESTIGATED

Before committing to a $17M expansion of Kemper Arena, the K.C. Downtown Arena Task Force has hired three local architecture firms to combine efforts to study the possibility of a major sports arena d

Tags: Facilities, HNTB

03/13/96
RAPTORS ARENA SITUATION STUCK IN BUREAUCRATIC LIMBO

Despite a February ''96 goal to begin construction on the team''s new arena, the Raptors have yet to apply for a building permit, according to the FINANCIAL POST. Jamie Wayne reports the team has not

Tags: Facilities, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, Toronto Raptors

03/13/96
STADIUM NOTES

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Tags: Atlanta Braves, Detroit Tigers, Facilities, Golden State Warriors, Time Warner

03/12/96
BREWERS TO TAP NATIONSBANK FOR STADIUM LOAN?

The Brewers may soon announce that they do not need a $50M loan from the WI Housing and Economic Development Authority to complete a stadium financing deal, according to this morning''s MILWAUKEE JOUR

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Bank of America, Facilities, Milwaukee Brewers

03/12/96
TIGERS REFERENDUM UPDATE: DETROIT VOTES ONE WEEK FROM TODAY

A lawsuit brought by MI state Sen. George Hart and the Tiger Stadium Fan Club could make the March 19 referendum over funding for a new Tiger Stadium "a moot issue," according to the DETROIT FREE PRES

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03/12/96
STADIUM NOTES

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Tags: Arizona Diamondbacks, Facilities, Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, Pittsburgh Steelers

03/12/96
HOCKEY'S HOLY PLACE CLOSES ITS DOORS TO THE FAITHFUL

The final game at the Montreal Forum was carried on ESPN2 last night, with post-game ceremonies featuring great Canadiens players of the past (ESPN2, 3/11). ESPN''s Gary Thorne likened the closing cer

Tags: ABC, ESPN, Facilities, Montreal Canadiens, Time Warner, Walt Disney

03/11/96
DALEY AND EDGAR ALL SMILES AFTER MEETING FRIDAY

The fact that IL Gov. Jim Edgar and Chicago Mayor Richard Daley emerged "happily" from a meeting on Friday indicates they have made some progress in Bears stadium talks, according to the CHICAGO TRIBU

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