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From Michael Cass at the Tennessean,

The lease deal being negotiated between the city and a group buying the Nashville Predators calls for taxpayers to fund $7 million of improvements such as new “Fun Zones” at Sommet Center.

The capital projects would be in addition to the $4.2 million of tax money and seat fees per year that would be used for operations of the hockey team. 

The group purchasing the team in an effort to keep it in Nashville says the city would get the money back over time because of increased activity at Sommet Center and downtown.

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