School board approves West End land swap for FC Cincinnati stadium

The Cincinnati Public Schools Board of Education unanimously approved a land swap on Tuesday night that will help pave the way for FC Cincinnati to build a Major League Soccer stadium in the West End.

The vote ends months of back and forth between the board and the club, which is hoping to land a new stadium and receive a Major League Soccer bid sometime soon. The issue now moves to the Cincinnati City Council, where one member who may hold a swing vote on city approval of the plan cast doubt on…

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