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March 29, 2006


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Just wanted to clarify something in my previous commment. Though the stadium I referred to, Lewisohn Stadium, was owned by New York's City College, it was open to everyone. As the City College campus was located in the midst of Harlem, and the cost to attend events was often as low as 50 cents, events were attended by a broad spectrum of the New York City community. I hope that, if Tiger Stadium is preserved to serve the Detroit community, it will be possible to keep ticket prices for events low enough that all Detroiters will be able to enjoy and feel ownership of their stadium. I plan to write to my Senators and Congresspeople to encourage such preservation and hope many others will, as well.

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