Oct 3, 2012 7:24 PM by The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Are you ready for some football? Officials in Los Angeles have put their yes in writing.
City Council members and Anschutz Entertainment Group executives signed papers Wednesday that should create a 76,000-seat stadium and make over the city's 50-year-old convention center.
Last month, the council voted unanimously to approve the $1.5 billion project.
AEG has pledged $35 million to reduce traffic problems.
The company wants to have a National Football League team on the field by the 2017 season.
AEG, a subsidiary of Denver-based Anschutz Co., is up for sale, but officials have assured the city the stadium plan will not change.
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