Stadium Renovation Deal Includes Less Money, Fewer Improvements

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Stadium Renovation Deal Includes Less Money, Fewer Improvements

The city of Charlotte and the Carolina Panthers have reached a deal in which the city would contribute $87.5 million for scaled-back renovations to Bank of America Stadium in exchange for a six-year “hard tether” to keep the team in Charlotte. The city's economic development committee unanimously voted for the deal Wednesday afternoon, and the full City Council is expected to approve the proposal Monday night.

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