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DETROIT COMMUNITY LEADERS TO ANNOUNCE POSITION ON PROPOSED DETROIT STADIUM BALLOT QUESTION

 DETROIT COMMUNITY LEADERS TO ANNOUNCE POSITION
 ON PROPOSED DETROIT STADIUM BALLOT QUESTION
 Detroit's community leaders will hold a joint news conference at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3, in the Detroit Press Club to make an announcement on the future of major league baseball in the city of Detroit and their position on a ballot proposal designed to keep the Detroit Tigers from moving to a new stadium.
 The community leaders present at the conference will be Dr. Arthur Johnson, NAACP; Paul Hubbard, New Detroit; Horace Sheffield, DABO; the Rev. Jim Holley, Little Rock Baptist Church; N. Charles Anderson, Detroit Urban League; the Rev. Frederick Sampson, Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church; Marc Stepp, University of Detroit Mercy; Attorney Morris Goodman, Northwest Detroiters for a Better Government; and Chris McCardal, Brush Park Community Association.
 The Press Club is on Level 2 of the Renaissance Center (Tower 300) in downtown Detroit. For easiest access, park in the lot at the east side of the RenCen (across Jefferson from Beaubien) and use the Tower 300 entrance.
 All members of the media are encouraged to attend.
 CONTACT: Mary Hubbell of New Detroit, 313-496-2026.
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