Officials approve new study on future plans of Dome
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Harris County officials have approved a new study on what to do with the Astrodome.The Houston Chronicle reports that the Harris County Commissioners court has pledged $50,000 on the future of the Houston icon. The county spends close to $5 million a year on the Dome's debt, insurance and utility costs.
A 2009 review laid out several options for the landmark ranging from razing the Astrodome to turning it into a movie sound stage.
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