Stadium Opponents Launch Their Own Media Campaign 

For at least the next month, electronic billboards on Interstates 64, 95 and 195 will carry messages directed at City Council members as they consider Mayor Dwight Jones’ proposal to locate a ballpark in Shockoe Bottom. Funded by opponents, the three…

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