Angel Stadium talks should be public to get a fair deal, labor and community groups demand at rally

By Alicia Robinson

Anaheim officials shouldn’t make a long-term deal for Angel Stadium – one of the city’s biggest public assets – in private, and any deal must benefit the city’s neighborhoods, union leaders and community activists said Wednesday, May 15.

The evening rally that drew about 175 people to Katella High School was a response to Anaheim negotiating behind closed doors with Angels baseball for a potential new stadium lease deal.

Just as residents helped kill a 2013 proposal that might have leased city land around the stadium for $1 a year, Councilman Jose Moreno said, “We can rally ourselves together and stop another [READ MORE HERE]

Source: OC Register

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