Pontiac Silverdome undergoes renovations
New ownership begins renovations on Detroit Lions' former home in Pontiac
Renovations are underway at the Detroit Lions' former home in Pontiac.
The Silverdome's roof was deflated Thursday while the group that owns the building says a new roof with solar panels will be installed this spring.
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They're updating the Silverdome so it can be an option for a variety of events.
The Lions stopped playing at the dome in 2002. They've been at Ford Field in downtown Detroit ever since.
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