GREEN BAY (WKOW) -- The Packers are seeking approval for the next major phase of the Lambeau Field renovation.
The team will present its final plans at a special stadium district board meeting Tuesday.
The board won't see the plans until then, but they aren't expecting any surprises.
"They've talked about moving Curly's Pub. They've talked about moving the Hall of Fame. I think all of those things will probably be part of it so we're just interested to see how it's all going to be laid out," said board member Patrick Webb.
So far, the packers haven't used any public dollars for the stadium re-construction, and the board doesn't expect that to change.
Renovations have been funded through a $58-million loan from the NFL, the recent sale of team stock and other revenue.
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