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One day after Pasadena City officials approved a renovation of the Rose Bowl in an attempt to lure an NFL team, L.A. Memorial Coliseum officials said they were "very close" signing a 10-year deal with
The Lions have reached an impasse in their negotiations for a new lease at Pontiac Silverdome and "could vacate the stadium as early as 1999," according to this morning''s OAKLAND PRESS. Lions COO Chu
Mariners VP Paul Isaki said the team''s owners will invest another $70M to keep the team in Seattle until 1999 if the sales tax increase to build a new ballpark passes on September 19. But if the team
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft is "exploring" the option of PSLs to help finance a new domed stadium for his team or "possibly major renovations" at Foxboro Stadium, according to Phil Primack in this mor
A WI legislator is proposing that the Brewers change thier name to the "Wisconsin Brewers" if state funds are used to pay for a new stadium for the team. State Rep. Mark Meyer wrote a letter to WI Gov
The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum board agreed earlier this week to allow potential A''s owners Steven Schott and Kenneth Hofman to terminate their lease in ''98 if renovations do not go as planned
The Seahawks yesterday "demanded" more than $150M in improvements for the Kingdome and a new lease similar to those attained recently by the Rams and Raiders "as the price of their support" for raisin
New figures, prepared by the GAO and presented yesterday at a congressional hearing on DC''s arena project, show the District should expect to spend $56.3M to buy land and prepare a site for the city'
"A legislative compromise" on a financing package to extend a sin tax to pay for part of the renovation of Cleveland Stadium was reached by OH legislators last night. In this morning''s PLAIN DEALER,
Robert Johnson, the President of Black Entertainment Television who had contested the District of Columbia''s plans for an arena financed by Bullets/Capitals Owner Abe Pollin, "has taken legal action