Arizona Agency Allots $80 Million for Cactus League. Facilities

Watts, Jim
December 2006
Bond Buyer;12/26/2006, Vol. 358 Issue 32535, p40
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The article reports on the allotment of $80 million by the Arizona Sports & Tourism Authority for the development of spring training complexes in Goodyear and Glendale. Goodyear's $56 million sports complex for the baseball team Cleveland Indians will be partially financed by the sports authority. Glendale's $80.7 million two-team facility will receive around two-thirds of the funding from the authority.


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