Haute 100 Update Miami: Norman Braman Fights Tax Funding Of Stephen Ross’ Sun-Life Stadium Renovations

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Car dealer, Norman Braman who opposed public funding of the Miami Marlins stadium said he is going to fight Stephen Ross’ new plan to renovate the Sun-Life Stadium. The $400 million project was announced at a press conference on Monday where Ross said he would invest $200 million of his own money. The other half of the project will come from tourists and local tax-payers with Ross’ proposal to increase one percent in convention and hotel taxes. “It’s Marlins 2 revisited…

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