The speaker of Florida’s House gaveled the regular legislative session to a close amid cheers Friday night, but there was no joy among executives of the Miami Dolphins.
Following the team’s crushing defeat in Tallahassee, Dolphin CEO Mike Dee announced on Sunday team owner Stephen Ross would not invest any new money into Sun Life stadium.
CBS4’s Jim DeFede spoke exclusively to Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee about the future of the stadium and the team.
While funding for the proposed modernization of Sun Life Stadium hasn’t been finalized, the Miami Dolphins organization is moving ahead to makes sure the project, if approved, has a diverse local workforce.
With the referendum election to decide the future of Sun Life Stadium less than three weeks away, Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee opened the 26-year-old facility to reporters and cameras for a behind the scenes tour Friday.
The Miami Dolphins already had two big announcements scheduled for Thursday: the team’s first round selection in the draft and revealing the team’s new logo. But the team has brought out star power for another announcement the team said deals with the Super Bowl.
Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee smiled as he delivered a small piece of paper today with a big number on it.
Miami-Dade voters will get their chance to say ‘yea’ or ‘nay’ to a proposal to use tax dollars to pay for renovations to Sun Life Stadium.
The 11th hour deal between the Miami Dolphins and Miami Dade-County will go to the voters, but the referendum will be on a very condensed schedule.
Talks may resume Friday between Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez and Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee after negotiations over revamping Sun Life Stadium using public money ended early Friday morning without a deal.