Mayor Vincent Gray signed a bill Tuesday that will fund the DC United soccer stadium.

Earlier in December, the D.C. Council unanimously gave its final approval for the plan to use public funds for the $300 million stadium at Buzzard Point in Southwest.

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The stadium bill was one of several he signed Tuesday, just days before he's set to leave office.

At 10 a.m. he signed the "District of Columbia Soccer Stadium Development Emergency Act of 2014" and "District of Columbia Soccer Stadium Development Act of 2014."

A half an hour later, Mayor Gray signed the "Legacy Memorial Park Commemorative Work Emergency Act of 2014."

Then, he signed the "Limitations of Guardianship Amendment Act of 2014."

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In a final interview with our Bruce Johnson, Mayor Gray said he is most proud of where the city is today compared to when he took office four years ago. At the bill signings, Council-member Phil Mendelson thanked Gray for leaving the city better than he found it.

Mayor-elect Muriel Bowser's going to be sworn into office on Friday morning.