Jerry Jackson, left, expresses his concerns about a new stadium to Rich McKay, president and CEO of the Atlanta Falcons following a work session of the Atlanta City Council on Feb. 20, 2013. Jackson is in favor of a new stadium, but doesn't feel the money from a hotel tax should be used to fund it before the city's water issues are addressed.
Several members of the Atlanta City Council, which now holds the fate of a proposed $1 billion Falcons stadium in its hands, said Wednesday they want some projects and concessions included in the funding deal before they give their support.
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