Knowing TxDOT the way I do - the streets, access roads and drainage will more than likely be picked up by the State.
The overruns....that is an entirely different matter. I will go out on a limb here, at this point in time, there is no stinkin' way the Marlins are going to cover this tab.
So how was the $300 million figure arrived at?
"I got it from the Marlins," he says. "David Samson, the president, told me $310 million -- and that's without a roof."
I think I am starting to see the problem here.
Read the article, it is short, and it will give some insight to the San Antonio Stadium problem - at least on the construction level.
Since Dr. F asked, we will deliver: News from Charlotte.
A commissioners meeting was called to discuss the ambitious plan.
Board members also said they need to know the identities of the private financial partners who would back the 38,700-seat stadium in Second Ward proposed by Charlotte real estate lawyer Jerry Reese.
Commissioners said they think Charlotte-Mecklenburg's chances of scoring a major-league team right now are slim.
Unless Mr. Reese is a magician this deal is dead.