Comment 48799

By cmc (anonymous) | Posted October 05, 2010 at 09:50:18

I think Brandon has it right. It's about non-stadium revenues. The football club is willing to put money into ancillary lands whose revenue and development potential is a result of proximity to a stadium they will not invest in.
It looks as though the mayor has been the one player representing Hamilton's best interest throughout but he was undermined by Council during the West Harbour negotiations.
Handing the negotiations over to city staff was Council punting, hoping to avoid a critical decision before the election but most of council ready to bend to the club's demands in the end.

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