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The three sides agree on two major points: A new venue needs to be built to replace 48-year-old Highmark Stadium, and both the Bills and the government need to help pay for it. But the sticking points are complicated.
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All sides want the same thing: The Bills playing in Western New York over the next few decades in a newly built venue. But even if everyone involved wants to make that happen, it's tough to pull off.
California-based AECOM projects it will cost $1.354 billion to construct a new stadium on adjoining county-owned property in Orchard Park next to the team’s existing stadium, versus $862 million to renovate Highmark Stadium.
That timeline – a year earlier than previously projected – is possible should the Buffalo Bills and New York State quickly reach an agreement for the construction of a proposed $1.4 billion venue in Orchard Park.
The county executive said lease negotiations would be hurt if county legislators or state lawmakers were given information about the status of bargaining over the stadium.
“A generational decision like this shouldn’t be made in the dark," said Assemblyman Pat Burke, a Buffalo Democrat whose district includes the team’s present and proposed future home in Orchard Park.
Duffy, who represented the Cuomo administration in negotiations one decade ago for the Buffalo Bills’ current lease, isn’t jarred by the projected $1.4 billion price tag for a new stadium in Orchard Park.
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Under County Executive Mark Poloncarz's 2022 budget proposal, Highmark Stadium would see an investment of $5.3 million, which includes $2.2 million in county borrowing. The rest of the money would come from the state and other sources.
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If other pro sports teams' recent stadium deals are any guide, any final agreement for a new Bills stadium will be far more intricate than what came out of the 2012 stadium renovation deal.
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The deal kept the Bills in Western New York, but put off the more difficult, expensive and controversial decision on building a new stadium.
What has become increasingly unclear this week is whether Gov. Andrew Cuomo will play any role in what the team eventually gets in a stadium negotiation.
Pegula Sports and Entertainment, the team’s owners, have pitched a $1.5 billion proposal for a new stadium in Orchard Park and to help cover some renovation costs at KeyBank Center downtown.
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