"From day one, a top priority of my administration has been to get the right lease negotiated for state and local taxpayers, the Bills and their fans. Today I am proud to say we have accomplished that goal," said Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz. "Everyone understood the economic realities facing our community, and that’s why we have developed a more affordable capital improvements plan … The Bills are not just a driver of our regional and bi-national economy, but are critical to the framework of our community."
"We are in Buffalo, Western New York. We are committed to this region. Mr. Wilson's belief in this region 50 years ago is the same as it is today."
- The Bills will pay $800,000 per year rent. They had played there rent-free.
- The county and state will share annual payments for working capital, operating expenses and gameday expenses. These payments will start at a combined $7.7 million per year.
- The Bills still have the naming rights to the stadium.
- The lease allows for an annual game i Toronto, as well as one other international game over 10 years
"The lease deal gives #12 and I more time to get things #Right #PositiveThoughts."