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A's Seeking 10-Year Lease At O.co Coliseum, But City Wants Raiders Deal First

04 / 16 / 14

The A's "appear resigned to staying put" at O.co Coliseum, and "are in negotiations" for a 10-year lease extension, according to Matier & Ross of the S.F. CHRONICLE. The deal calls for the team to make "nominal rent payments in return for the A's paying" for $10-$12M in stadium improvements. The...

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12/18/95
STADIUM NOTES

NFL officials met with representatives of Fine Host Corp., which serves the food and beverages at Sun Devil Stadium, and told the concessionaire the league is "unhappy" with waits of 15- 20 minutes at

Tags: Facilities, NFL

12/18/95
DOES BROWN'S WIN IN SAN FRANCISCO MEAN TROUBLE FOR 3COM?

Although 3Com is closing in on a deal to keep their name on the former Candlestick Park, the election of Willie Brown as San Francisco Mayor "could stall the process," according to the SAN JOSE MERCUR

Tags: Facilities, NFL

12/18/95
MCDOME TALKS HEAT UP AFTER BEARS BREAK OFF TALKS WITH CITY

With the Bears rejecting the city of Chicago''s plan to renovate Soldier Field, advocates of a domed stadium are "redoubling their efforts to finance" a $389M project by using "revenue sources tied to

Tags: Chicago Bears, Facilities

12/15/95
PLANS FOR PSLS RECEIVE MIXED REVIEWS FROM TOUGH PATS FANDOM

The prospects of paying for PSLs in New England for the Patriots has been met with mixed reviews, according to David Halbfinger of the BOSTON GLOBE. Most fans at Sunday''s game in Foxboro "reacted ang

Tags: Facilities, New England Patriots, NFL

12/14/95
MARYLAND FACES ITS OWN DEADLINE FOR BROWNS' MOVE APPROVAL

Building a new stadium for the Browns in Baltimore could cost the state an additional $36M in interest over 30 years of the NFL fails to approve relocation "early next year," according to this morning

Tags: Cleveland Browns, Facilities, NFL

12/14/95
MOLSON RETAINS NAME OF NEW MONTREAL FORUM

The Canadiens announced yesterday that the new 21,400-seat arena will be known as the Molson Centre, not the Forum according to this morning''s Montreal GAZETTE. The Club de Hockey Canadien Inc., a su

Tags: Facilities, Montreal Canadiens

12/14/95
STADIUM NOTES

Detroit''s Downtown Development Authority will join MI Gov. John Engler and the state in fighting a lawsuit against the new Tiger Stadium filed by the Tiger Stadium Fan Club. (DETROIT NEWS, 12/14)....

Tags: Baltimore Orioles, Facilities, New England Patriots, Washington Redskins

12/14/95
BEARS SAY SOLDIER FIELD PLAN IS DEAD; DALEY WON'T BUDGE

Chicago Mayor Richard Daley''s plan to renovate Soldier Field is "dead" because it does not provide the team with enough revenue to stay competitive, according to team officials cited in this morning'

Tags: Chicago Bears, Facilities

12/13/95
NEW PLAN IN TAMPA WOULD AVOID NEED FOR ANY TAX HIKES

There is a new financing plan under consideration in Tampa to help pay for a new Bucs stadium without asking the FL Legislature for the right to impose new taxes. This morning''s TAMPA TRIBUNE reports

Tags: Facilities, New York Yankees, Palace Sports & Entertainment, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa Bay Lightning, YankeeNets

12/13/95
STADIUM NOTES

In Chicago, city negotiators "tried and failed" yesterday to resume stalled talks with the Bears. Chicago Mayor Richard Daley defended his right to speak out on talks saying to remain silent would ope

Tags: Chicago Bears, Dallas Mavericks, Facilities, NHL, Southwest Sports Group, Tampa Bay Rays

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