Not Bad Mr. Craig
Well, I can't but notice that he didn't use the "bad" argument yesterday. Instead, he brought a good one to the table:
"There's a lot of potential for developing the current stadium site and using the proceeds to pay for fixing it up." added Craig. "For example, we could put a hotel at the south end of the field with suites that double as luxury boxes. Another option would be to put additional seating on the roof of the hotel, similar to the seats outside of Wrigley Field in Chicago. Certainly, some of the valuable land around the stadium could be developed and used year round instead of as a parking lot ten times a year."
Notice he said "some of the valuable land around the stadium" and "ten times a year". Not "stadium" and "ten times a year". Anyhow, be sure to check out the picture. Not sure it could be done for $20 million, however I don't think Craig's wrong to suggest reno rather than rebuild.