DALLAS — The El Paso City Council rejected a citywide vote on plans to demolish City Hall for a bond-financed minor league baseball stadium.

The council voted down an ordinance to overturn its decision in September 2012 to raze El Paso City Hall. The city has promised build a baseball stadium on the location with more than $50 million of revenue bonds supported by an increase in the city's hotel tax, approved by voters in November.

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