The city of Anaheim plans to sell the Angeles baseball stadium to team owner Arte Moreno for 325-million dollars.

By Kevin Tripp, KABC

If approved, the deal will keep the team in Anaheim for 30 years. City spokesman Mike Lyster says Moreno and his business partners are planning a major development.

”The entire area has a plan for urban-style homes, restaurants, entertainment-type uses.”

The sale would include 133 acres of land. Moreno indicates he might build a brand new stadium on the site. Anaheim Mayor Harry Sidhu hopes to act fast.

”We expect the first part of this proposal to go before our city council in a special meeting on December 20th.”

Negotiations over the future of the team have been ongoing for several years.

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