Found January 15, 2013 on AFC East Daily:
BY SEAN DONOVANMiami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross gave his football team a complete facelift this past season and wants to do the same to the building they play in.He's more than willing to open his own wallet to do it. (photo: Bob B. Brown)Ross unveiled a stadium renovation proposal to the residents of Miami-Dade County on Monday that would drastically modernize the aging Sun Life Stadium, largely using private funds."Our intention is to make Sun Life Stadium a world-class facility," Ross said, according to MiamiDolphins.com. "As well as provide a much better environment to watch the Dolphins, Hurricanes and Orange Bowl every year."Ross, joined by Dolphins CEO Mike Dee as well as members of various athletic event committees and University of Miami officials, made an appeal for the local government to approve a tax increase to help fund the project.But Ross pledged that the majority of construction costs would not be paid for by the public.That may improve his...
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