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Changes Continue For Vikings Stadium

(AP) The Vikings say they have ``significant concerns'' with a new proposal to fund the $1 billion stadium in Arden Hills using user fees instead of a county food and liquor sales tax. The latest proposal from Ramsey County leaders would raise an estimated $20.6 million annually from parking fees, admissions surcharges and a stadium sales tax in addition to parking lot naming rights. Vikings Vice President Lester Bagley says Friday the prior agreement with Ramsey County hinged on the team receiving parking revenues and naming rights and a condition of no admissions taxes. Ramsey County Commissioner Tony Bennett called the new plan a ``game changer'' after meeting with Gov. Mark Dayton. He later acknowledged that the Vikings may not like elements of the new plan.

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