The Associated Press takes a look today at billionaire developer Ed Roski’s efforts to build a stadium near Los Angeles and lure an NFL team to the area.

The city of Industry’s 82 registered voters are set to vote Tuesday on whether to approve a $150 million bond measure that the story says would pave the way for a stadium.

It’s of interest to Chargers fans, of course, because the team’s stadium search has piqued the interest of Roski, who has talked to the Spanos family about moving the Chargers into his planned $800 million stadium complex.

Earlier this week, Chargers special counsel Mark Fabiani dismissed rumors that the team was looking to move to Los Angeles and said the team was still exploring options to stay in San Diego County.


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