Dolphins Cancel Stadium makeovers
By Robb Green, 12 July 2017
Planned upgrades for the Miami Dolphins’ Sun Life stadium have been cancelled following failure of a bill meant to provide public funds for the venue. In a report from Miami’s CBS 4, The Florida house adjourned if you don’t take up the bill, Might have raised the state’s hotel bed tax to fund the stadium repairs.
Dolphins CEO Mike Dee appeared in the news station on Sunday, Stating that the Dolphins organization and team owner Stephen Ross specifically were not prepared to fund the proposed $350 million in renovations themselves.
“From the get go we had looked at this as an intensive modernization, Not only a band aid, Not a fast fix, Recounted Dee. “I wouldn’t want to prognosticate what one’s destiny holds, Nevertheless it is clearly bleak,
Dee went on to blame Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford for neglecting to bring the bill up for a vote. He characterised Sun Life stadium’s state as”Eager” And turned off that, Though Ross isn’t interested in using moving the Dolphins, Another sale could mean Miami losing its NFL team.