Glendale unveils details of arena lease proposal
“My concern, quite honestly, is the fact that we’re trying to rush to get something done, and I don’t think we’re being responsible in taking our time to go through the details,” Weiers said. “Three council members have forced my hand to have a voting meeting on July 2. I still don’t think negotiations are finished. But if we have to cease negotiations, by God, I want this to be public.”
To illustrate its issues with the deal, the city posted an “update” listing key points of the proposal and “unresolved concerns from the City of Glendale” — specifically the city’s financial risks, revenue streams and the timeframe for approving the deal.