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Really? It's Happening? Gov to Sign NFL Stadium Bill Tomorrow

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A press release from Assemblymember Isadore Hall, who sponsored the bill for the new NFL stadium, (which made it through without undergoing a new environmental review impact report) says it will be signed tomorrow at the following address: "Site of future NFL stadium, City of Industry, Highway 60, Grand Avenue Exit, Intersection of Grand Avenue and Baker Parkway." The event gets underway at 9:00 AM. And if you missed yesterday's Los Angles Times story on the utter weirdness of the political structure (and business practices) of the city of Industry, it's required reading. UPDATE: The bill was signed this morning.

Assemblymember Isadore Hall, III
Assistant Speaker pro Tempore
52nd Assembly District
State Capitol, Room 6025 ˜ Sacramento, CA 95814
2200 W. Artesia Boulevard, Suite 210 ˜ Compton, CA 90220

October 21, 2009 916-319-2052

Governor to Sign Hall Measure to
Build an NFL Stadium in Los Angeles County

LOS ANGELES – Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will sign ABxxx 81 by Assistant Speaker pro Tempore Isadore Hall, III (D- Compton) into law this Thursday, October 22 at 9:00 AM.

The measure will facilitate the development of the nation’s first “green” NFL stadium in Los Angeles County.

Located in California’s largest media market, the proposed 75,000 seat LEED certified stadium complex will create over 18,000 jobs, generate over $762 million in economic output and over $320 million in salaries for residents throughout Los Angeles County and surrounding communities.

WHO: Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
Assistant Speaker pro Tempore Isadore Hall, III (D- Compton)
Senator Gloria Romero (D- East Los Angeles)
Maria Elena Durazo, Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO

WHAT: Bill signing of ABxxx 81 (Hall)

WHERE: Site of future NFL stadium, City of Industry
Highway 60, Grand Avenue Exit
Intersection of Grand Avenue and Baker Parkway

WHEN: Thursday, October 22, 2009
9:00 AM

· In City of Industry, business and governance converge [LA Times]