The owners of the St. Louis Rams last week rejected the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Center’s proposed $124 million plan to upgrade the team’s Edward Jones Dome stadium, which relied on $60 million of public funding.

The plan offered up a series of revenue sources to help pay for renovations to the National Football League stadium. It suggested that debt financing, a ticket surcharge, tax credits, reserves, higher parking fees and other local funds could help raise the public share of the renovation, with the team covering the rest.

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