NY Islanders’ $400 Million Arena-Bond Plan Spurned by VotersEsmé E. Deprez
The New York Islanders, whose games draw the fewest spectators in the National Hockey League, failed to persuade voters to issue $400 million in general-obligation debt to boost attendance with a new arena.
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