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Predators and Metro have unresolved issue
The Tennessean - Nashville, Tenn.
Subjects: Professional hockey; Stadiums; Ice hockey
Author: Cass, Michael
Date: Jan 12, 2007
Start Page: A.7
Section: Main News
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Dispute is over protecting city's initial investment By MICHAEL CASS Staff Writer The Nashville Predators have had one of the most favorable arena deals in the National Hockey League for years, and Metro government agreed just six months ago to pay nearly $8 million for a new scoreboard and other improvements. Preds could leave town But the Predators' attorneys said the team's fair market value was appraised at $150 million by outside consultants in 2005 and accused the city of failing to meet some of its financial obligations to the Predators and Powers.

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