The figure is $29 million more than what the county has long said it would borrow for the $672 million stadium. The $29 million cushion is being built in to allow for flexibility if the county should exceed the maximum cost listed in the bond resolution.
Cobb is also borrowing money to pay the first 15 months of interest on the debt, and all of the borrowing costs.
The bond resolution was released to the public this past Friday night. The Cobb Board of Commissioners anticipates voting on the proposed agreements Tuesday during their regularly scheduled commission meeting that begins at 7 p.m.
The meeting takes place at 100 Cherokee Street in Marietta.