Feb 21, 2012 6:10 PM by Michael Macias
FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) - Colorado State University Tony Frank says the school will focus on four guidelines as it explores putting a new football stadium on campus.
He said Monday that state appropriations, tuition, fees or taxes won't be considered as funding sources for a stadium project.
CSU won't put a new stadium on existing open green space, and it won't put the stadium in a place that would block significant spots for viewing the mountains. Frank says stadium plans also should seriously consider impacts on neighbors.
Frank issued those guidelines Monday while also announcing a series of public forums to collect input on the stadium idea.
An advisory committee appointed by Frank is studying where a stadium could be built and potential funding.