The Wayne County Commission is moving to center field on the proposed financing of a new stadium for the Detroit Tigers baseball team.

In a public meeting held by the commission last week, about 350 attendees had mostly negative comments about a plan to possibly use revenues from a new 5% hotel-motel tax to help finance the ball-park, according to Arthur B. Blackwell, the commission's chairman.

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