Colorado State Stadium Update: 10 Public Forums To Be Held

Colorado State University continues to go forward with its plans for a on-campus stadium by announcing 10 public forums to solicit information from stakeholders. The first two meetings will be held on Feb. 23 in the Cherokee Room in the Lory Student Center. The other meetings will take place twice a day on Feb. 27, March 3, 6 and 7.

Colorado State President Tony Frank has already let it be known that four parameters exist for recommendations on the new stadium:

• CSU won’t consider putting the stadium on existing open green space, including the intramural fields.
• CSU won’t consider putting the stadium in front of significant existing view sheds so as to protect views of the mountains.
• All recommendations from the Advisory Committee must take into serious account any impact on neighbors in areas adjacent or near a new stadium.
• State appropriation, tuition, fees or taxes will not be considered as funding sources for a stadium project.

If one would like to attend one of these sessions, please RSVP at this link.

For more on this story, stay tuned to SB Nation Denver. For more news from around the Mountain West Conference, be sure to visit Mountain West Connection.

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