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The St. Louis Rams could be heading to mandatory arbitration later this month in regards to issues surrounding upgrades at their stadium, the Edwards Jones Dome. The team made a proposal to the facilities management agency, the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission (CVC). The Rams offered up a proposal which would have cost $700 million dollars, but the CVC rejected the team’s proposal.
The two parties are expected to resume meetings regarding the required upgrades to the dome, but if the parties cannot reach an agreement mandatory, binding arbitration is triggered and those meetings will resume on June 15.
The Rams lease with the CVC regarding the Edward Jones Dome require that the agency make improvements which provide the Rams with a stadium which is considered “first-tier” in various categories.
After the arbitration board makes their ruling, the CVC will have up to 60 days to either accept the panels decision or do nothing. If the CVC takes no action, the Rams could then...
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ST. LOUIS (AP) The agency that operates the Edward Jones Dome on Friday rejected an improvement plan for the 17-year-old stadium proposed by the St. Louis Rams.
The St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission said in a brief statement that it believes it is in "the best interest of the community and the Rams to engage in meaningful dialogue over the next two weeks, and looks...
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