This week, Syracuse University Athletics took another important step as it seeks to advance its multi-year plan to invest $118 million to create a new stadium experience on its main campus.
On Tuesday, several Syracuse University representatives appeared before the City of Syracuse Planning Commission to formally present its roof replacement application. This latest action follows the University’s May 14 announcement, as well as several months of engagement and consultation with its partners in the City of Syracuse and Onondaga County.
— Syracuse Football (@syrfootball) October 8, 2018
The City of Syracuse Planning Commission has approved Syracuse University's application to replace the Carrier Dome's air-supported roof with a new more-permanant roof that will be supported by a steel crown-truss structure. @CitrusTVNews pic.twitter.com/FcCPFSJS49
— Ricky ''Reports'' Sayer (@RickyReports) October 10, 2018
The Carrier Dome is old and drab. It'd be really expensive to build a new stadium, so Syracuse wants to do the next best thing.https://t.co/swoeSRwUGV
— Zach Barnett (@zach_barnett) October 9, 2018