OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. - The president of the Kissimmee-Osceola County Chamber of Commerce has resigned.
Nolan said in an email that he did not want to comment on his resignation.
When Eyewitness News asked if his resignation had to do with his opinion that a stadium in the county would be a bad financial deal, he did not reply.
Nolan has served on boards of sports commissions and developed sports facilities for the Milwaukee Brewers, Cleveland Browns, Indians and Cavaliers.
Nolan has been blunt with his opinion on the Nationals deal, calling it a losing proposition.
In a letter, Nolan said the stadium would cause significant
He also cited an estimate that the stadium would actually cost taxpayers $279 million over 30 years.
Three days after an Eyewitness News report on the
Mark McHugh, chairman of the board, said he was not forced out.
"Dave has years and years (of) experience in sports marketing and sports venues. I respect his opinion, and his opinion will be part of what we consider when the board
McHugh said he has not yet taken a position on the stadium, but he did indicate support for the deal.
"We'd love to see a deal
"I think moving
The next chamber president will be the third in less than a year.