Bond Referendum http://whqr.org en Citizens Speak For and Against Stadium http://whqr.org/post/citizens-speak-and-against-stadium <p></p><p>Wilmington City Council voted unanimously last night to put the $37 million bond referendum for the proposed baseball stadium on this November&rsquo;s ballot.&nbsp; As WHQR&rsquo;s Andrew Jarachovic reports, two-dozen citizens made impassioned statements both for and against the new ballpark. &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p> Wed, 08 Aug 2012 08:00:00 +0000 Andrew Jarachovic 22235 at http://whqr.org Citizens Speak For and Against Stadium Wilmington City Council supports $37 million bond for baseball, but voters make the final call http://whqr.org/post/wilmington-city-council-supports-37-million-bond-baseball-voters-make-final-call <p>Wilmington City Council intends to move forward with a $37 million bond referendum to build a baseball stadium.&nbsp;</p><p>WHQR&rsquo;s Andrew Jarachovic reports that the campaign to gain voter approval promises to be a hard-fought battle.&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>Some citizens have voiced strong disapproval of using taxpayer money to subsidize a recreational venture. Even well-known sports economists, like Professor Allen Sanderson from the University of Chicago, argue that sports stadiums, if looked at purely as an investment, are not a wise move.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Tue, 07 Aug 2012 09:00:00 +0000 Andrew Jarachovic 21798 at http://whqr.org Wilmington City Council supports $37 million bond for baseball, but voters make the final call