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October 27, 2000|TONY PERRY

San Diego Mayor Susan Golding announced that the city has found several ways to finance the stalled downtown Padre ballpark project, once legal entanglements are cleared.

Golding said the city is "ready, able and financially capable" to sell the bonds necessary to resume the project once the city disposes of anti-ballpark lawsuits and the U.S. attorney decides whether to indict a city councilwoman for getting a stock tip from Padre owner John Moores.

With the city unable to sell up to $299 million in bonds to pay for its 70% share of the project, construction was halted three weeks ago.

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