The Florida Marlins’ quest to build a controversial bond-financed ballpark may strike out once again because of new demands being sought in the building contracts.

Those demands led Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez on Monday to ask that further consideration of the contracts by the county be delayed. He called the atmosphere for the county and the city to approve the $515 million deal “toxic” because city commissioners were seeking new concessions from the Marlins.

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