It was a good news/bad news day for the San Francisco 49ers: The bill to allow them to evade public bidding rules in selecting a stadium contractor without going before a public referendum passed the state senate last night, but Cedar Fair is getting uppity again about allowing a stadium to be built on one of its parking lots. (The city owns the land, but Cedar Fair has a long-term lease for its Great America amusement park.) “Cedar Fair does not believe that the proposed stadium and Great America can coexist without overcoming significant legal and operational issues,” Cedar Fair attorney Geoffrey Etnire wrote in a letter to Santa Clara city manager Jennifer Sparacino. “However, Cedar Fair will come to the table in good faith to explore possible resolution of this conflict.” Translation: Give us more money, or we’ll sue you so hard your heads will spin. Isn’t this where we came in?