Let's talk about a very important man, Virginia Beach City Councilman John Moss.
The Downtown Norfolk Council is planning for the next five to ten years and wants your feedback.
I love the idea of having a huge stadium in Norfolk-Virginia Beach. It just has to be built big enough. Not only is the proposed area for the stadium a poorly accessible dead end of a highway, but the arena itself is simply too small. There likely isn’t a team that would be willing to relocate to a new stadium that has such a small seating capacity. Most arenas in the NBA have around 19 or 20,000 seats, with the lowest being in Sacramento, at around 17,000. The VB Stadium would only hold 15,500, and that's simply not worth it to a huge NBA franchise to relocate.
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As mayor of the city that Meyera Oberndorf loved so dearly, I am truly sorry to hear of her passing.
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