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03/08/96
MAVS, STARS OFFER UNITED ARENA STRATEGY

The Mavericks and Stars presented a "united front" when meeting with Dallas officials Thursday about a new downtown arena, according to the FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM. The teams offered two proposals, ne

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

03/07/96
TOURIST TAX STUDY COULD INFLUENCE DADE COUNTY

A study presented to the Metro-Dade County Commission is likely to "cement" hotel industry opposition to any plan to tax tourists to fund a new downtown Miami arena, according to the MIAMI HERALD. The

Tags: Facilities, Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat

03/07/96
STADIUM NOTES

The Maple Leafs will conduct a study of the new arenas in Montreal and Vancouver. Team officials, however, would not commit to whether they wanted to move out of the 65-year-old Maple Leaf Gardens (GL

Tags: Boston Red Sox, Cincinnati Reds, Facilities, Golden State Warriors, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, Toronto Maple Leafs

03/07/96
NEW RANCH FOR MAVS, STARS IN BIG D?

The Mavericks, Stars and Dallas city officials plan to resume negotiations today over building a new downtown arena. According to this morning''s DALLAS MORNING NEWS, the proposed facility has won "pl

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

03/07/96
PRIVATE INVESTORS MAY STEP UP TO BAT FOR BREWERS

If the Brewers are unable to generate $90M by March 22 to cover the team''s share of a proposed $250M ballpark, the WI Stadium Board will try to find private investors to join the effort to build the

Tags: Facilities, Milwaukee Brewers

03/07/96
TIGER STADIUM FOES OUTGUNNED IN DETROIT CAMPAIGN

The Committee for Jobs and Development for Detroit has raised more than $300,000 to gain voter approval for use of $40M in city development funds for a new Tiger Stadium. The DETROIT NEWS also reports

Tags: Detroit Lions, Detroit Tigers, Facilities, General Motors

03/06/96
RED SOX'S HARRINGTON DISCUSSES NEW BALLPARK PLANS

Red Sox CEO John Harrington says the team hopes to finish developing its own financial plan for a new privately funded stadium "somewhere in Greater Boston" by this summer. In an interview with the BO

Tags: Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, Facilities

03/06/96
ANAHEIM, DISNEY AGREE ON BIG A; CLIPPERS TO JUMP IN POND?

The Anaheim City Council has "acquiesced" to Disney''s demand that the city pay $30M of the projected $100M price tag to renovate Anaheim Stadium. That decision follows the company''s "threat" it woul

Tags: LA Angels, Anaheim Sports, Facilities, Los Angeles Clippers, NBA, Walt Disney

03/06/96
BREWERS DESIGN WORK GOES FLAT AS FINANCIAL PICTURE FIZZLES

Estimating that 75% of the design work on the Brewers'' new stadium has been "suspended" or "postponed," Milwaukee Stadium Board Vice Chair Craig Leipold says only "necessary" work will continue until

Tags: Facilities, Milwaukee Brewers

03/06/96
DENVER CITY COUNCIL APPROVES PUBLIC STADIUM VOTE

The Denver City Council has approved a resolution agreeing to allow a public vote on the Broncos'' campaign for a new taxpayer-financed stadium, but it may have done the Broncos "more harm than good,"

Tags: Denver Broncos, Facilities

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