St Louis Rams news from their home town news paper the St Louis Post Dispatch.
Judge should remove fans’ false hopes of a new riverfront stadium.
The legislators’ suit argues that extending those bonds is against the law.
One theory: NFL may prefer Carson’s football-only stadium proposal over Kroenke’s plan for a shopping-entertainment complex.
The deadline to place a measure on the August ballot passed Tuesday.
The issue is whether a public vote is required for use of public money for a new stadium.
Regional leaders have been quietly peddling a 180-acre residential and commercial redevelopment to key interest groups for months.
NFL’s relocation fee for Kroenke to move the Rams could be $500 million.
There are no guarantees that a new stadium would keep the league in St. Louis.
Study is predicted to show good Rams support from fans — less so from corporations.
Stadium task force will receive results soon.
If St. Louis doesn’t finalize stadium funding, it won’t matter. But for now, Goodell’s encouragement indicates that STL is on the right track.
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While praising St. Louis stadium effort, NFL cautions that work remains to be done.
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