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Charlotte Council Poised To Approve $8 Million Plan For Uptown Baseball Stadium PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 May 2012 15:34

CHARLOTTE, (AP) — Charlotte City Council appears to be close to approving a plan to bring baseball downtown.

Most city council members indicated Tuesday they could support a plan to provide the Charlotte Knights with $8 million to build a stadium uptown.
The Knights currently play in Fort Mill, S.C.
No formal vote is expected before June 11.
City staffers propose giving the team more than $7 million from hotel and motel tax revenues. The rest would come from an uptown booster group.
The Knights hope to have a stadium in uptown Charlotte by the 2014 season. The team has said a new stadium would double its annual attendance, to 600,000.
The team is getting $8 million from Mecklenburg County, plus county land valued at about $22 million.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 May 2012 15:36
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