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Seattle Mayor's Office Arranging Talks With NBA, NHL On Arena; Denies Ducking SilverPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 17 / 17
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray’s office plans to "arrange a conference call with the NBA and NHL to talk about the ongoing arena process, but a spokesman says there is no truth his office has tried to avoid the NBA," according to Geoff Baker of the SEATTLE TIMES. An NBA source also said that the leag...
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Nassau County Exec Thomas Gulotta said that officials from the Islanders'' ownership group, New York Sports Ventures, and SMG will meet in his office Thursday to discuss the pending legal dispute betw
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The San Antonio City Council received a $150,000 donation from the Spurs and is "expected" to use it to hire consultants to study a proposed new arena for the team (SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS, 9/10)....
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With NL President Leonard Coleman looking on, Expos President Claude Brochu said the team will not extend a September 30 deadline to determine the status of its ballpark initiative, nor are there any
The MLB Giants are looking to build a playground behind the left-center field bleachers of Pac Bell Park, scheduled to open for the 2000 season, according to Edward Epstein of the S.F. CHRONICLE. The
S.F. Mayor Willie Brown "retreated yesterday from his long-held optimism that his pet project, the proposed 49ers stadium, will ever be built," according to Edward Epstein of the S.F. CHRONICLE. Inste