Re the March 25 story David Beckham group buys private land needed for stadium site: The latest site proposed for a soccer stadium start-up venture continues to have many unanswered questions.
For example: Where will people park? How can the city of Miami approve a massive stadium with no parking on site or immediately adjacent?
Traffic is a huge problem countywide. Do David Beckham and his partners intend to ask the city to give them Northwest Seventh Street?
Beckham’s attorneys have claimed a soccer field, called a pitch, can only be used 18 to 22 times a year. Is it true the stadium will be dark 345 days a year?
Peter R. Ehrlich Jr., Miami