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An appellate court was set Tuesday to hear arguments from an auto dealer seeking to halt the construction of the new Florida Marlins' stadium, officials said. Norman Braman, who was stymied last year in his legal battle to force a referendum on the building of the $609 million ballpark and parking structure,
Miami-Dade County commissioners have approved a proposal to build a new baseball stadium for the Florida Marlins in Little Havana. Site preparation work was scheduled following an early Wednesday morning meeting to deal with last-minute changes and $300 million of the $306 million in bonds that will
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An approval from Miami-Dade commissioners has changed the Florida Marlins to the Miami Marlins and given the Major-League Baseball team a permanent new home. The county commission voted 9-4 Monday in favor of the new stadium after nine hours of debate, The Miami Herald reported Tuesday. I'm very happy, very pleased,' said team owner Jeffrey Loria, who won similar approval from Miami City Hall four days earlier. The new stadium, which is to have 37,000 seats under a retractable roof, is...
Miami city commissioners voted Thursday to approve a new stadium for the Florida Marlins, moving the $634 million project a step closer to reality. The commissioners, by a 3-2 vote, said they favored building a 37,000-seat, retractable-roof stadium on the site of the old Orange Bowl.
Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Alvarez says voting on a controversial new ballpark for the Florida Marlins baseball team should be delayed indefinitely.
Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Alvarez says voting on a controversial new ballpark for the Florida Marlins baseball team should delayed indefinitely.
By Sarah Talalay, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul.
Local officials are proposing that south Florida governments build a super-strong baseball stadium for the Florida Marlins that could double as a shelter during major hurricanes.
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