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Raiders agreement

The agreement for the return of the Raiders from Los Angeles to Oakland:

When: Start of 1995 season.

Why: Raiders owner Al Davis disliked aging Los Angeles Coliseum.

How: Agreement signed Friday by Oakland officials and Davis.

Terms: Agreement runs for 16 years.

Cost: $85-million in Oakland Coliseum modernization.

Next step: City and county approval, expected July 11.

Rent: Raiders will pay $500,000 annually.

Relocation and operating loan: $31.9-million to Raiders.

Surcharge: $1 on all tickets to benefit Oakland schools and other public services.

Training facility: Raiders get loan of up to $10-million at the time of construction.

Personal Seat Licenses: Fans will pay one-time fee for right to purchase season tickets for 10 years. Fee will range from $250 for some upper-deck seats to $4,000 for a seat at the 50-yard line.

Ticket revenues: Raiders receive 100 percent.

Luxury suites: Raiders receive 100 percent of revenues.

Club seats and memberships: Coliseum and Raiders share revenues from 1996-2005. Raiders receive 100 percent in 1995 and from 2006-2010.

Concessions and parking: Coliseum and Raiders share revenues.

Merchandise: Raiders receive 100 percent of revenues.

Stadium name: Coliseum and Raiders will share revenue in case of stadium title sponsorship.

Raiders Hall of Fame: To be built at Raiders' expense.