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A. Move the State Fair.
2. Build a baptizing pool at corner of Bluff and GRB for recruiting purposes.
Beautiful! 100% of that, agreed
I'd also like to see hardy grass in the fairgrounds with a lot of trees making it look more campus-like. Every industrial building in proximity to the stadium should be given incentives to improve their exteriors. I like your point about the palmettos, and would hope that they be planted everywhere near the stadium, including all the way down Bluff Rd. Finally, I'd like to say this. Lou Holtz said when he first came here that he'd never coached at a school where the stadium wasn't on campus. Well, the way the expansion of the Carolina campus has gone, Williams-Brice is or will be soon, well, on campus.
A huge parking garage would be a nice addition to funnel some of the scattered traffic looking for parking. A ton of palmetto trees and a water feature would be very cool. Also, if you put statues out front, would SOS be one of them along with George or is that premature on the HBC?
Leafy trees not palmettos, or more accurately palms.
Palmetto trees are not native to Columbia , dont provide shade or a campus feel.
If you are on the coast it makes sense, it doesn't make sense to make them the focus inland.
For the industrial area around stadium you need green, leafy trees. Will be more attractive.
I would like to see the medium(sp) on Bluff Rd. curbed and planted. This would be a city, county, or state effort but I know there are Gamecock alums out there with some pull.
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