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Paramus has $10,300 bill for Michigan Stadium

The Detroit News
Paramus will play at Michigan Stadium on Sept. 2 and the Wolverines will have their home opener the following day against Hawaii.

Paramus Catholic (N.J.) High School will spend about $10,300 to rent Michigan Stadium for its football game against St. Frances (Md.) Academy on Sept. 2.

A copy of the contract signed by Shelly Fabrizio, UM Athletics Director of Operations and Event Management, and Paramus president James Vail was obtained Thursday by The Detroit News under the open records act.

Here is a breakdown of the costs, according to the contract:

Field rental, $2,300

Locker room rental, $1,000

Cleaning, $2,500

Facilities staff, $720

Huron Valley Ambulance first responder, $1,500

Two or three police officers, $1,275

Parking attendants, $300

Game personnel, $750

The contract was signed on May 20 and Michigan requested an $825 deposit.

Michigan junior linebacker Jabrill Peppers is from Paramus, as is incoming freshman Rashan Gary, a defensive lineman and the nation’s top recruit in the 2016 class.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh was the commencement speaker at the Paramus High graduation ceremony earlier this month.