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Connect The Plots

While biking home last night from the Cobblestone District, I couldn’t help but wind my way through two flowering tree-lined plots outside of Dunn Tire Park. Each one of these patches of trees acts as bookends to the exterior park that runs along Swan Street. As much as the trees brought a sense of comfort, I also felt that they were there to act as buffers to the slower traffic on Washington and to the Oak Street speedway. In-between the two sections of trees is a long stretch of concrete that is way underutilized.
There is big potential here for The Bisons to reach out and brand its image to the community. Of course you cannot see into the stadium to see what is taking place… I would think that the land outside of the stadium could become a destination for people who were interested in the game of baseball. Maybe a big fountain to add a sense of excitement when you’re walking by… with seating around it like the one at Gates Circle? Names of all the award-winning Bisons could be etched into it. Like I said, the trees are a start, but I think that there is great potential for the property, which I believe is owned by The City.

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