This has been a topic of discussion for some time now. The Buffalo Bills lease is nearing an end at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park New York, and now there are talks about what the future holds for the Bills in terms of the new stadium. Many residents here have good reasons why they feel that it should be built in downtown Buffalo, and there are others that have good reasons for it to stay in Orchard Park, and just remolded and upgraded. I have heard everything from the number of jobs it could bring to people in the inter-city, to the amount of revenue it could bring to all the local bars and restaurants in the downtown area.

The biggest issue that people are upset about now is, according to wivb.com, the Pegulas want to build a new stadium with a price tag of $1.1Billion, and as of right now, they are looking for the taxpayers of Erie County and beyond to pay %100 of it.

Everyone Is Not On Board With The New Stadium Proposal

Here is a look at what some Buffalo residents are saying about using taxpayer's money for a new stadium in Orchard Park.