`Stadium tax' dies, leaving Pittsburgh groping for plan B

Demenchunk, Michael
November 1997
Bond Buyer;11/06/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30268, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that advocates of stadiums for Pittsburgh's baseball and football teams were sent back to the drawing board one day after voters rejected an 11-county sales tax. Defeat of the proposal in Allegheny County; Funding of other projects in the city; Governor Tom Ridge's plans.


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