LAS VEGAS (KGO) -- The Oakland Raiders' move to Las Vegas in time for the 2020 NFL season takes another step in that direction with Monday's groundbreaking ceremony for the planned 65,000-seat, $1.9 billion domed stadium near the Las Vegas Strip.
Published reports say the ceremony is part of an agreement reached with the Las Vegas Stadium Authority Board.
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Last week, the board gave the Raiders' contractor permission to begin pre-construction work, which includes the ground breaking.
The Raiders are limited to pre-construction work until the team finalizes an agreement with Las Vegas officials.
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Raiders ground breaking ceremony for new Las Vegas stadium