The Eye: $700K going to stadium consultants
Good thing CSU has already raised some $700,000 to fund the feasibility study on the proposed on-campus stadium, money that has been used to hire consultants like ICON Venue Group, CSL International and Populous.
According to stadium committee documents, some committee members also traveled to Minnesota to lay eyes on TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota, often used as a point of reference for CSU's potential stadium.
Athletic Director Jack Graham first reported the number at a breakfast held by the Northern Colorado Commercial Association of Realtors last winter, and recently said that he will not outspend that figure.
The $700,000 goal was set by Graham in January, just before the stadium committee began its work in February, to pay for the feasibility work and the initial design plans for the stadium.
The money was raised through private donations, according to Graham's presentation to NCCAR.
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If your sense is that the talk around the former Agilent Technologies plant in Loveland has "gone quiet or gone dark" lately, that's a good thing.
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