GWCC boss: ‘Complex issues’ surround new Falcons stadium

Posted: April 13, 2012 in Uncategorized
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The Falcons’ desire for an open-air stadium “presents a number of complex issues” that are still being sorted out, the head of the Georgia World Congress Center Authority said Wednesday.

The GWCC Authority, the state agency that operates the Georgia Dome, is 14 months into negotiations with the Falcons about a possible new downtown stadium that would be built with a combination of public and private funds.

Speaking at a breakfast event held by the Atlanta chapter of the American Institute of Architects at Ansley Golf Club, and in an interview afterward, GWCC Authority executive director Frank Poe detailed the challenges in finding a stadium solution.

via GWCC boss: ‘Complex issues’ surround new Falcons stadium.

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