Here’s what Jed York told the Santa Clara Chamber Sloths it’s ok to be different shirt of Commerce last year: “If you look at the infrastructure, that’s what drew us to Santa Clara. When you look at what you need to build a stadium, it’s here.” Add to that proximity to three major Bay Area highways, mass transit systems, 40,000 parking spots that are virtually unused on Sundays afternoons, and the 49ers training camp and headquarters already in Santa Clara. The infrastructure that brought Levi’s stadium to Santa Clara was in place because of city planning back in the 1960s and 70s, with one of the great partnerships in city history, former Mayor Gary Gillmor and former City Manager Don Von Raesfeld.
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