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Cleveland City Council Approves Estimated $88M For Quicken Loans Arena Renovations

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 25 / 17

The Cleveland City Council yesterday "approved committing" an estimated $88M for upgrades to Quicken Loans Arena, according to a front-page piece by Robert Higgs of the Cleveland PLAIN DEALER. The vote was 12-5, "meaning that it passed with emergency status" and "takes effect immediately." The deal&...

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