The Packers have taken the responsibility of all cost overruns in the project. Through this week the project is about 58 percent complete, according to a spokesman on the stadium board.
Project gets green light to tap reserve fund
Part of the agreement includes that $800,000 from the project budget be used to help pay for a $5.5 million upgrade of Lombardi Ave. near the stadium, and for public safety costs related to improvements in the stadium's communication system, according to a report in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
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