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WCCO television reporter Pat Kessler was told by Governor Mark Dayton on Tuesday that the Linden Avenue site for a Vikings stadium fell through in part because the Basilica threatened to sue. Dayton will meet with Zygi and Mark Wilf Wednesday morning to discuss building the stadium on the current Metrodome site.
Fox 9 reports opposition from church leaders and a lack of support on the Minneapolis City Council has lawmakers shying away from a stadium site alongside the Basilica of St. Mary. The Metrodome site is reportedly the new frontrunner.
The so-called Linden Avenue property near St. Mary's Basilica in Minneapolis is one of the city's three proposed stadium sites -- it's also the one team officials know the least about. Although a team spokesman says the Arden Hills site remains the frontrunner, the Vikings are researching their options.
The Star Tribune reports team owner Zygi Wilf showed two sketches of possible stadium sites in Minneapolis, one near the basilica and the other at the farmer's market. The team is still skeptical about building on the existing Metrodome site.
The Star Tribune reports Vikings vice president Lester Bagley and Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission chairman Ted Mondale are looking at a site southeast of the Metrodome. Bagley told the newspaper "it would be ideal to build a stadium next door and play in the Dome." If the team plays at the University of Minnesota's TCF Bank stadium, it could cost an estimated $48 million for up to three seasons.
Monday could turn out to be one of the most important days in the history of the Minnesota Vikings. The stadium bill will be voted on in the House. If the vote passes the team will be one step closer to a new stadium. Lester Bagley, the Vikings' chief stadium lobbyist believes a 'yes' vote "is within striking distance."
With the Metrodome lease expiring at the end of the season, the Vikings have agreed to meet with Minneapolis officials to discuss building a stadium in the city. The Vikings, although willing to talk, remain dedicated to building in Ramsey County.
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