DALLAS — A proposed bond-financed entertainment complex in Irving, Tex,, won't generate sufficient revenue to support the debt on the facility, according to a new financial study by opponents of the project.

The report, developed by two economic analysis firms, was prepared for Irving Taxpayers Opposed to Illegal and Wasteful Use of Tax Money, a group led by former city Mayor Joe Putnam. The group opposes the plan by the Dallas suburb to issue up to $200 million of revenue bonds for an entertainment center near Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

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