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Written by The Staff   
Tuesday, 08 May 2007 01:40

Cisco FieldLewis Wolff, the co-owner and general partner of the Oakland Athletics (read The Biz of Baseball interview with Wolff here), will update the Fremont City Council regarding their efforts to build an expansive Ballpark Village, including a $500 million baseball-only stadium, to be called Cisco Field. The question today will be, will Wolff file the development application for the project? Wolff has said he will not file the application until finalization of the sale of the 143-acres of land for the Ballpark Village. As reported by the Oakland Tribune:

"We are not sure specifically what (Wolff) is going to address," Fremont Economic Development Director Daren Fields said.

"I think he's giving a general update, trying to put some timelines (on the project), but we don't know for sure," Mayor Bob Wasserman added.

When reached by phone in his Los Angeles office Friday, Wolff also didn't reveal much about what he will tell council members.

"Come to the meeting and find out," Wolff said.

The report will be the second time in 31/2 months Wolff would formally address Fremont's five-member City Council.

To see artist renderings of Cisco Field, select this link on The Biz of Baseball
 
 
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