Found July 03, 2013 on One is the Loneliest Number:

As the final gavel bang rang though the Glendale City Council chambers, the cheers, applause, and howls could be heard for miles around. And it could only mean one thing. Hockey is staying in Arizona. Tuesday night, the City of Glendale voted 4-3 in favor of keeping the Phoenix – ahem, the Arizona – Coyotes in the desert, agreeing to a constantly revised and retread lease agreement with [still] prospective ownership group Renaissance Sports and Entertainment (RSE). 

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