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Dolphins: We're 'willing and interested' in paying for stadium vote

Via Adam Beasley

The Miami Dolphins are “willing and interested” in reiumbursing Miami-Dade County for any costs incurred by the stadium referendum, planned tentatively for early May, team CEO Mike Dee exclusively told The Miami Herald.

“If the opportunity presents itself to reimburse the county for any and all costs for the special election, we are supportive and want to do that,” Dee said. “It’s been our position since Day 1.”

On Thursday, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez asked the Florida Division of Elections to opine on whether the Dolphins could pay for the potential referendum, which the county elections department estimates would cost $3 million to $5 million.

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