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DUCK KEY, Fla.--Oct. 5--On Wayne Huizenga's drawing board is a sports and entertainment complex that his top aides say may someday make that theme park in Orlando seem Mickey Mouse.
"We intend to make this a showcase destination," Huizenga aide Jame Blosser told members of the South Florida Regional Planning Council Monday. "Wide parkways going in and a huge buffer around it."
Meeting at a luxury resort in the Florida Keys, Blockbuster's team of eight well-heeled lawyers, lobbyists and land development experts painted a word picture of Wayne's World:
Three stadiums. Thirty-six holes of golf. Tens of thousands of square feet of shops and restaurants. Roller coasters, bumper boats, computer games …