D.C. Council Takes Baseball Off the Table
The Associated Press
Updated: Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2004 - 2:00 PM
WASHINGTON - Baseball has been taken off the agenda at the D.C. City Council meeting, according to Council Member Harold Brazil.
The council had been set to consider the mayor's plan, which would build a stadium on the waterfront, and a proposal by D.C. Council Chairwoman Linda Cropp to build a stadium at RFK stadium. Major League Baseball supports the waterfront site as the new home of the Expos.
As WTOP first reported, the decision to table all baseball talk came during a closed door session where Cropp presented a second plan to finance the stadium, Brazil says.
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