Cedar Fair Entertainment, which owns the park, says that taxpayers may lose out -- the company pays up to $5 million a year to the city as part of the leasing agreement for the land.
This is the second time the company has threatened to block the project if it doesn't get a cut.
Santa Clara is considering building a new football stadium on land currently used by Six Flags for parking.
The new stadium plan is part of the city's effort to woo the NFL's San Francisco 49ers down the peninsula.
Voters will be given a chance to vote on $114 million in loans and taxes to help pay for a building estimated to cost nearly a billion dollars.
Photo by Martin Lewison.
Jackson West would still rather go to a Raider's game.