“We think the best thing for Cleveland is to stay where we are,’’ said Dee. “We feel like this is the best place for us.’’What about slapping a dome on the thing, you might and probably will ask.
“We’ll make improvements to the stadium,” she said. “We ask a lot of people about what they think we should do to the stadium and we’ll just continue to update it and make it the best possible place it can be. It has its limitations, right? But I think the location and kind of who Cleveland is, if we can develop around there and make it easily accessible to the city, I think the No. 1 thing we’ve got to do is make it easier to get to our stadium.”
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