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Progress on the Soccer Stadium Funding Hang-Up

Progress on the Soccer Stadium Funding Hang-Up

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Andrew Adams, KSL NewsradioSandy City now says it's willing to meet the demands of the Salt Lake County mayor. They want a signature out of him to get a funding agreement for the soccer stadium in place.

It's the start of a big long explanation that ends like this. Sandy economic development director Randy Sant says the city can move ahead without Peter Corroon, but it'll be more difficult. He says the process will be more expensive, and the city may pay premiums for bond insurance.

Progress on the Soccer Stadium Funding Hang-Up

Sant says tomorrow he'll be on a conference call trying to re-work the interlocal agreement. He says hopefully this will be more amenable to the county mayor. A county spokesman says the mayor will be ready to look over the revised agreement closely.

Progress on the Soccer Stadium Funding Hang-Up

Meanwhile, Real says it may not be able to build its soccer academy at the site of the Youth Soccer Complex near Rose Park. Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson says the team is breaching another promise in a "most egregious way."

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