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I have personally spoken with people who have emailed the mayor and the city council members, and it's clear that this is just a necessary step in "exploring" options. The college doesn't want to pay the relatively modest amount it will take to fix the privacy issues with the garage on the existing site, but they will not want to pay much more to demolish the Superdrome. The college owns the land on the Supedrome site, however, they have leased it to the city, so they cannot take unilateral action w/o city consent, and it's virtually certain that they won't get it for Option 3 to demolish the Superdrome. Nonetheless, there are political issues at work here, since the city is very pro-Superdrome but the college is fairly anti-Superdrome.
What, Me Worry? - Alfred E. Neuman
Originally Posted by Dcv
I'd like to think i have as much money as brains.
I see the light at the end of the tunnel, but the tunnel keeps getting longer - me