NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Nashville Sports Authority has
approved a proposal to make $26.8 million in improvements to LP
The cost will be paid for by a $2 ticket user fee that has been
in place the last two years, according to WSMV-TV. No public money
will be used (http://bit.ly/ufLvND).
The renovations to be completed by the start of the 2012 season
include new speakers, high-definition video boards and six
The Metro Council is scheduled to vote on the plans Monday
The stadium cost $292 million when it opened in 1999, built
through a combination of local and state money along with personal
seat license fees, and team officials said some items were stripped
from the stadium to stay on budget.