Arena Authority conference canceled as work on agreements continues

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proposed $1.9 billion domed football stadium for the Oakland Raiders and UNLV football in Las Vegas.

Thursday’s arranged Las Vegas Arena Authority board meeting has actually been canceled, as information of numerous pending arrangements are worked out.

The authority and the Raiders are still working on the stadium advancement, task funding trust and personal seat license purchase contracts. Due-diligence items related to the transfer of the stadium land are likewise pending.

” They’re simply not to the point where we can present them to the board, so without those, there’s really not a lot of need to hold the conference,” stated Brian Haynes, spokesman for the Arena Authority.

While everybody included has worked strongly over the past two weeks to complete the pending files and make necessary revisions to others, extra time is needed to get them prepared for board review, the authority said.

The board will evaluate of all remaining task files at the next scheduled conference on Feb. 15 and will schedule an unique meeting for March 1 to think about authorizing them.

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