Plans to build an NFL-caliber stadium in Inglewood are moving at lightning speed and could get approval from city leaders as soon as at a Feb. 24 council meeting, the Los Angeles Times reports. Election officials confirmed Thursday there are more than enough valid signatures to put the project on the June ballot, but the Inglewood City Council also has the option to approve the plan for an 80,000-seat venue outright, a course that appears likely.
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