Security will be tight on land, along the St. Johns River and in the air for the Super Bowl in Jacksonville, FL, on February 6. More than three dozen local, state and federal agencies are taking thousands of precautions to ensure the safety of the expected 100,000 visitors coming for the game. When the city won the bid to host football’s biggest game in 2000, local officials expected to spend $500,000 on security. This year, according to some estimates, it will be more than 10 times the original figure. New fences surround Alltel Stadium. During game week, jet skis will be banned in the St. Johns River − largely because of the cruise ships that will hold thousands of visitors. Full Story
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