Miami-Dade County Commissioners will have the opportunity Tuesday morning to cancel plans for the new Florida Marlins stadium if the stadium bonds remain unsold or interest rates are too high, Miami Today reported. County officials recently pushed the bond sale date for the stadium back to June 29 and 30. An amendment to the bonding legislation allows the county, the city or the Marlins to choose to walk away from the deal without penalty.
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