Proposed revisions to PawSox ballpark legislation would direct more revenue to city

Updated 5:33 p.m.

PROPOSED SITE: The Apex Department Store building in Pawtucket, the proposed location of a new PawSox ballpark, can be seen in the background during a walking tour of the city’s downtown area with Mayor ­Donald R. Grebien and Commerce Director Jeanne Boyle. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
PROPOSED SITE: The Apex Department Store building in Pawtucket, the proposed location of a new PawSox ballpark, can be seen in the background during a walking tour of the city’s downtown area with Mayor ­Donald R. Grebien and Commerce Director Jeanne Boyle. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNOPBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
PAWTUCKET – A state Senate committee that analyzed the proposed deal for a new Pawtucket Red Sox ballpark has recommended an amended legislative package that would direct more revenue from the operation to the city. Among other major changes, the Senate Finance Committee recommends the city of Pawtucket receive half of the proposed naming rights…
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