For those hoping that July would bring some clarity to where the Los Angeles Angels will be playing in the future, the wait will continue.
The City of Anaheim, the current home of the team, is still awaiting the results of an appraisal its City Council ordered last year, one that was expected to be completed by June...
...The Angels enlisted the services of a design firm Brooks-Street to look at developing the 150-acre lot in Anaheim and the city has since hired CAA ICON, a Los Angeles-based consulting firm to help with negotiations between the city and the Angels.
Dan Barrett, the executive vice president of the firm, has worked in cities like Seattle, San Francisco, Denver, San Diego and Sacramento as either a consultant to those cities or the sports franchises that ended up constructing new stadiums there.
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