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Has there been any more movement on the racetrack improvements?  Would be nice to have a first rate MLS stadium and first rate NASCAR track on the same property.  Of course, I still don’t quite understand what’s going to happen between Dover, Bristol and the two tracks in Nashville (Fairgrounds and Superspeedway)

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3 hours ago, nashvylle said:

In my opinion, if the games are going to be played in the city's NFL stadiums, Boston/Kansas City/Orlando/SanFran have stadiums so far outside the city core that the Titans stadium next to Broadway becomes very attractive to prospective fans. 

As do Boston, Philly, D. C., Houston, Dallas and L. A.

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It's in the article. About a coyote that was removed to the wild. But then came back to the 'big city' and was found at the construction site of the new stadium. 

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I will have info about mixed use portion of MLS project forthcoming.  Also a rendering, however basic. Its just late and dont feel like doing the work right now.

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5 minutes ago, PaulChinetti said:

I know they won't, but if this was all brick, it would really fit well with the stadium. 

BRICK IT ALL!

Market Street is a fan of brick. 

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3 hours ago, smeagolsfree said:

Also cranes to be up at MLS stadium by mid month and steel up by months end with canopy completed by May or June.

 

Where is crane base? 
https://share.earthcam.net/tJ90CoLmq7TzrY396Yd88PDmcRAEEEL0vm6paTUp56Y!/nashville_major_league_soccer_stadium/camera_1/live

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7 minutes ago, Sean blackdog said:

No crane base or tower crane for the stadium construction, all mobile cranes will be used. Same case for our Crew stadium up here in Columbus.

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Most of the time with stadium construction, it is mobile ground cranes. The canopy of the stadium will be complete by May or June according to the Fair Board, so you should  start seeing this baby pokeup out of the ground and make a statement soon.

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14 hours ago, BnaBreaker said:

Can someone clue me in on the coyote connection?

 

14 hours ago, MLBrumby said:

It's in the article. About a coyote that was removed to the wild. But then came back to the 'big city' and was found at the construction site of the new stadium. 

Yeah, a coyote found it's way into the Music City Center a couple of years ago and Officer Brenna Hosey helped get him out. :tw_lol:
 

Here's the original story from the Tennessean.  Poor coyote looks so ashamed :tw_cry:.  He/she(?) knows they done messed up :tw_joy:.

 

1 hour ago, nashvylle said:

also a SOF supporter mentioned coyotes in public hearings. 

https://www.facebook.com/clay.trainum/videos/10108953489048178/

 

This too.

 

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