CSU's Frank: Thinking about the stadium keeps him up at night
So much so that he sometimes has trouble sleeping at night, staring at the ceiling and hoping that his eventual decisions will be the right ones, or at least that's what he told a crowd of more than 400 gathered in the Lory Student Center's East Ballroom Tuesday night.
The crowd came together to spend more than three hours voicing varying levels of concern, question, support, praise, and sometimes emotion about the proposed on-campus stadium during a forum called by Frank.
During the many speeches given and questions asked, Frank sat in a chair just feet from the microphone where community members were speaking, holding a microphone of his own for those times when he chose to respond to a question or comment.
Whether or not to build the stadium with the $246 million price tag has divided CSU and Fort Collins, and it is not an issue that Frank takes lightly. The most pressing problem, it would seem, is the financing component of the plan.
Potential revenue streams have been calculated, but until actual fundraising begins and dollars and cents start
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