Coyotes agreement can move forward
Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Dean Fink on Tuesday asked attorneys for the city and conservative watchdog group Goldwater Institute to rewrite a section of the ordinance to show that it was not passed as an emergency measure.
Residents now have 30 days from the June 8 Glendale City Council vote to gather signatures for a public referendum on the agreement.
Fink said he will issue a ruling on Goldwater's attempt to invalidate the entire ordinance soon.
Glendale's City Council voted 4-2 in favor of the $325 million lease agreement with potential Coyotes owner Greg Jamison.
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