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Rumors swirl about moving Triple-A baseball to Beaverton

    Unconfirmed speculation is still the rule of the day when it comes to the proposed Triple-A baseball stadium in Beaverton – and it doesn’t seem like the council meeting on Monday will do much to change that.

    Though rumors are swirling around about a council agenda item regarding moving forward on the condemnation process for land near the former Westgate Theater site, Amy Miner, public information manager for the city, said that the topic would not be an agenda item for the meeting.

    What will be happening, she said, was another presentation on downtown redevelopment from the Leland Consulting Group and a discussion of survey results from city residents gauging public opinion on the proposed stadium.

    — Excerpt from the Beaverton Valley Times, September 10, 2009


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