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Rbowl-type stahe city $575,000 so far. Deputy city manager Brent Sjoberg said the concept gives people an idea of what can be done for $278 million. However, the city still has to put out a request for proposals and builders may have some other ideas for the final design. "In some cases we say These elements are mandatory. You must do it in this particular way, " said Sjoberg. "With other elements we say Were looking for your thoughts and advice, experience. Its a little bit more flexible in terms of our requirements. Of cotlines, the distance from the field, all those sorts of things we would also want to see within the budget of course. That the standard seat size would be larger than the minimum, that its not just 18 inches so we can provide a much improved experience for our fans," said Hopson. Mosaic Stadium is structurally sound, but it is also one of the oldest buildings in the Canadian Football League. It was originally built as a rugby field in 1910 and has been renovated numerous times over the years. The team said in March 2010 that its getting to the point where Mosaic will no longer be usable. The province punted plans for a domed stadium last year due to a lack of federalecuting the plan will require public investments of $278.2 million for the new stadium. Under a memorandum of understanding announced in July, the money for the new stadium is to be funded through an $80-million grant from the province, along with $73 million from the City of Regina. The Roughriders will raise $25 million. The province also will provide a $100-million loan to the city, to be repaid with interest over 30 years. Construction is . n. Lindsey says in his statement that he has spoken with Bells agent and they mutually decirding suspension. However, MLS lowersds to continue to improve the on-field product, but it also must improve its off-field protocols. ' ' '  (Aug 22, 2013 | post #1)