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June 3, 1999 | BILL SHAIKIN
The Dodgers agreed Wednesday to allow the city of Vero Beach and Indian River County time to develop a new proposal designed to keep the team's spring home in Florida. Florida Gov. Jeb Bush last week vetoed a bill that would have provided $7.5 million toward helping the city and county buy Dodgertown, renovate it and lease it back to the team. Although $12.5 million in city and county funding remains available, the Dodgers' wish list might require twice that much money to fulfill.
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June 3, 1999 | BILL SHAIKIN
The Dodgers agreed Wednesday to allow the city of Vero Beach and Indian River County time to develop a new proposal designed to keep the team's spring home in Florida. Florida Gov. Jeb Bush last week vetoed a bill that would have provided $7.5 million toward helping the city and county buy Dodgertown, renovate it and lease it back to the team. Although $12.5 million in city and county funding remains available, the Dodgers' wish list might require twice that much money to fulfill.
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March 31, 1999 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Local officials here probably should have foreseen this, because forever shouldn't be assumed in any relationship. Perhaps something could have been done previously, saving everyone some grief. But no one thought the Dodgers would consider leaving their majestic spring training complex known as Dodgertown. Until recently. The Dodgers are being courted by the Yavapai tribe in Arizona, which has pledged to build a $50-million complex on the Fort McDowell Indian Reservation northeast of Phoenix.
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March 31, 1999 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Local officials here probably should have foreseen this, because forever shouldn't be assumed in any relationship. Perhaps something could have been done previously, saving everyone some grief. But no one thought the Dodgers would consider leaving their majestic spring training complex known as Dodgertown. Until recently. The Dodgers are being courted by the Yavapai tribe in Arizona, which has pledged to build a $50-million complex on the Fort McDowell Indian Reservation northeast of Phoenix.
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