Days after the Pontiac City Council approved the sale of the former home of the Detroit Lions for $20 million, the mayor said he might veto the plan due to uncertainty surrounding the buyer’s ability to afford the stadium.

Last week council members in the cash-strapped city approved a measure to sell the Silverdome to Detroit attorney H. Wallace Parker. The developer plans a $175 million project that would include restaurants and renovation of the 80,000-seat stadium to host musical performances and auto shows.

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