Ballpark Construction Costs Probed
Written by Scott Blake on March 14, 2013
By Scott Blake
Miami-Dade County administrators plan to dispute two maintenance agreements by the Miami Marlins worth more than $1.1 million for upkeep of scoreboards and elevators and escalators at their new stadium in Little Havana.
The Marlins submitted the agreements to the county to be counted as part of the team’s share of the capital expenses for the mostly publicly-financed Marlins Park.
Overall, the county is contesting or requesting more information on more than 700 items submitted by the Marlins amounting to more than $4 million, according to the latest list obtained from the county.To read the full article and the rest of the Miami Today issue, GO TO e-MIAMI TODAY, an exact replica of the printed edition.