OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on a $1.3 billion stadium financing deal for the Oakland Raiders (all times local):

11:25 a.m.

The Alameda County Board of Supervisors is meeting to vote on a $1.3 billion stadium project that could keep the Oakland Raiders in town.

Football Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott, who is spearheading the effort, said before the hearing that they have a unique opportunity to do something that many people didn't think they could do.

Lott is working with former quarterback Rodney Peete and an investment group.

Several Raiders fans are in the room to urge the board to give its approval so administrators could then negotiate a formal agreement for a stadium project that includes $350 million in public money.

Team owner Mark Davis already has committed to moving the Raiders to Las Vegas, where a $1.9 billion stadium project has been approved.

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10 p.m.

City and county officials are expected to vote Tuesday on a deal for a $1.3 billion new stadium that supporters hope will keep the Oakland Raiders in town.

If the Alameda County Board of Supervisors and the Oakland City Council approve, administrators could then negotiate a formal agreement for a stadium project that includes $350 million in public money.

Team owner Mark Davis already committed to moving the Raiders to Las Vegas, where a $1.9 billion stadium project has been approved. Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf vowed to continue working on a counter-proposal to try to keep the team in Oakland.

A move to Nevada is not certain, although a vote by the NFL on whether to allow the move is possible as soon as January. The Raiders must get approval from 24 of the 32 NFL owners to move.