AgendaVideoAccording to the Miami Herald: Early Thursday morning city officials were passing around the latest changes to the stadium contract plan: The Marlins had agreed to significantly increase the share of profits Miami and Miami-Dade County would receive should team owner Jeffrey Loria sell the ball club within nine years of the start of construction.The new numbers begin at 70 percent of any profit and descend to 5 percent in year nine; the old agreement had the profit share beginning at 18 percent and going down from there. The Marlins also agreed to donate $500,000 each year to a charity of the team's choice, with $125,000 of that money going to the city and county for the first few years.It is currently under way.10:10 AM - Public commenting right now to commission about...

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