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Cleveland sports facilities await county's sin tax proposal

County officials in northeast Ohio are still deciding how to split a sin tax among the stadiums and arenas of Cleveland's sports teams. Board members of the Gateway Economic Development Corporation — which owns the two facilities that house the Indians and Cavaliers — said they haven't heard from Cuyahoga County about how the money will be divided, the Northeast Ohio Media Group reported (http://bit.ly/1zQqW3m ). County voters last May approved a 20-year extension of the sin tax on cigarettes and alcohol that's projected to raise $26 million a year. The money helps pay for maintenance at Progressive Field, home of the Indians; Quicken Loans Arena, home of the...

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