One day after a pair of Florida teams failed to get many fans to show up for NFL games, Los Angeles is expected to move one step closer to getting a team again.
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger said that he will sign an environmental exemption bill after the measure was passed by State Senators last week. The final step by the Governor was expected, as Mike Florio detailed last week, and will help allow construction to begin for a potential new NFL stadium.
The bill nullifies a previous a lawsuit over the project’s environmental impact report. Now the developer, Majesty Realty Co., just needs to find a team that wants to move West.
Unless, of course, the team is already out West. The Chargers, Raiders, and 49ers are among the seven teams that the company hopes to approach to potentially lure to Los Angeles.