Orlando OKs $94.5M Plan For MLS Stadium, Citrus Bowl

Law360, Miami (October 7, 2013, 8:17 PM EDT) -- The Orlando, Fla., City Council on Monday voted to approve $94.5 million in funding to three major development projects, including a new stadium aimed at helping the city land a Major League Soccer franchise as well as upgrades to a performing arts center and the Florida Citrus Bowl.

The city council voted 7-0 to sign off on the funding package, which will use tourism development tax funds to help build a stadium for Orlando City Soccer, add an acoustic hall to the Dr. Phillips Center for...
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