David Beckham’s proposed stadium site contains levels of arsenic, lead, and barium that exceed the legal limits. The club has yet to say anything about it.
Inter Miami, owned by David Beckham, has encounter its first obstacle on its way to participate in the Major League Soccer (MLS).
According to a report by The Miami Heral, the proposed stadium site contains levels of arsenic, lead, and barium that exceed the legal limits.
“The term sheet clearly outlines our commitment and agreement with the city as approved by the voters,” a Inter Miami spokesperson told ESPN.
“As soon as the commission approves our lease, we are prepared to commence remediation and site work.”
“Miami Freedom Park has continued to move forward with the various studies needed for the redevelopment of the site,” the spokesperson said.
“Our legal team and engineers have been meeting with City Commissioners and staff about the environmental report our consultants conducted on the city’s land to answer any questions they may have regarding the results.”
They added: “That report has been submitted to the city and is public record.”
“As we continue to advance plans for the voter-approved Miami Freedom Park, we will be working with the City and DERM to implement a remediation plan that is thorough, and provides residents and visitors a destination that is safe for all to enjoy.”
— Inter Miami CF (@InterMiamiCF) August 7, 2019