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STADIUM NOTES

The city of Denver alleges that Aramark owes the city $292,000 in commissions and penalties for under-reporting revenues at Mile High Stadium (PHILA. INQUIRER, 5/7).... Columnist Brent Larkin predicts

Tags: Aramark, Cleveland Browns, Facilities, NFL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

05/07/96
TIGER FAN CLUB LAWSUIT PUT ON THE FASTRACK

The MI Court of Appeals said it would expedite a lawsuit delaying construction of a new Tiger Stadium by placing it on its June docket, according to the DETROIT NEWS. The lawsuit, filed by the Tiger S

Tags: Facilities

05/07/96
RENOVATION DELAYS COULD COST S.D. THE SUPER BOWL, CHARGERS

San Diego attorneys claim if expansion of Jack Murphy Stadium does not proceed quickly, the city risks losing both the ''98 Super Bowl and the Chargers. Barry Bloom of the SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE repo

Tags: Facilities, NFL, San Diego Chargers

05/07/96
MEANWHILE BACK AT THE RANCH: PEROT'S GOT BIG PLANS FOR TEAM

New Mavericks Owner Ross Perot, Jr. plans to request an intricate rezoning of 2,000-acre Circle T Ranch that would pave the way for 10,000 apartments, homes, a shopping district and possibly a new are

Tags: Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars, Facilities, Southwest Sports Group

05/06/96
STADIUM NOTES

49ers President Carmen Policy, on the upcoming public consideration of funds for a new stadium for the team: "If you recognize that an NFL franchise is valuable to the city, it''s that simple. We need

Tags: Arizona Diamondbacks, Facilities, New York Yankees, NFL, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Mariners, YankeeNets

05/06/96
RALJON REDSKINS ANNOUNCE TICKET RAISE

The Redskins announced seating features and prices for their new 78,000-seat stadium due to open in 1997, as well as a new name for the site it is built on -- Raljon, MD. Dave Sell of the WASHINGTON P

Tags: Facilities, Washington Redskins

05/06/96
L.A. COLISEUM CONSTRUCTION MAY BE FLAWED

Welds in the construction of the L.A. Coliseums''s new press box repeatedly fractured in a San Bernadino steel shop, raising concern over the safety of the stadium''s renovation, according to a front-

Tags: Facilities

05/06/96
KINGDOME SHAKEN, BUT NOT STIRRED, AFTER EARTHQUAKE

Following a 5.4 earthquake During Thursday night''s Mariners- Indians game, Kingdome spokesperson Carol Keaton said the biggest damage to the stadium was "burned-out light bulbs." According to Foster

Tags: Cleveland Indians, ESPN, Facilities, Seattle Mariners, Time Warner, Walt Disney

05/06/96
FOR MIAMI SPORTS ARENAS, ARE TWO HEADS BETTER THAN ONE?

The ability of two new arenas in Miami to generate enough money through skyboxes and club seating is questioned in the MIAMI HERALD. Gregg Fields writes that not only does Miami have few large compani

Tags: Facilities

05/03/96
STADIUM NOTES

The pursuit of new arenas by owners in the NBA and NHL is examined by John Heylar of the WALL STREET JOURNAL. Heylar writes the "rocket that propelled arena economics was the aptly named Palace of Aub

Tags: Denver Broncos, Detroit Pistons, Facilities, NBA, NHL, Palace Sports & Entertainment

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