DALLAS – Design features of the new bond-financed baseball stadium in downtown El Paso, Texas, will pay homage to the city’s copper mining and railroad history.

The minor league stadium will be financed with proceeds of $50.4 million of revenue bonds supported by a voter-approved increase in the city’s hotel tax. It will be built on the site currently occupied by City Hall, which along with an adjacent science museum will be razed over the next two months.

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