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Why sense of urgency must drive rest of negotiations ahead of stadium construction

April 21, 2017 | Las Vegas Sun | Adam Candee

The Oakland Raiders will go on the clock in the National Football League Draft in six days, but the ticking on their move to Las Vegas already sounds like the "60 Minutes" stopwatch to local officials. Thursday’s two-hour meeting of the Las Vegas Stadium Authority Board highlighted just how much work needs to be packed into the next 40 months before the Las Vegas Raiders play their first game in their new $1.9 billion stadium. A revised draft lease including free rent for the Raiders occupied much of the discussion, but that document is one of a dozen agreements that will need to be reached in the next few months. The remaining contracts are in nascent stages compared to the lease, which board chairman Steve Hill called 75 percent done earlier this week.

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