LeeJoe Lay

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August, 2018

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Supported a comment by Mary Wallace Dragone on Main Library Campus 2 years, 3 months ago
Mary Wallace Dragone
The entire thing is cost prohibitive.
Supported a comment by Lynette Daudt on Main Library Campus 2 years, 3 months ago
Lynette Daudt
A parking garage is unpleasant to use. Adequate local site parking as is now available needs to be continued. I WOULD NOT go much if I had to use a parking garage even a block walk away.
Supported a comment by Scott K. on Main Library Campus 2 years, 3 months ago
Scott K.
First of all, we are not Salt Lake City, nor should we try to be. There is a lot of wasted space and a lot of concrete in the proposed designs. I'm not sure I would travel by foot, car or bike to a building that doesn't fit in well with its surrounding environment and seems to wall itself off from what makes Boise so nice - 8th street, the river, and views of the Statehouse, Depot, and Foothills.
Supported a comment by Brooke O. on Main Library Campus 2 years, 3 months ago
Brooke O.
too flashy and does not compliment the environment or other buildings nearby.
Supported a comment by Brooke O. on Main Library Campus 2 years, 3 months ago
Brooke O.
absolutely not. it looks like JUMP or the EMP in Seattle. it is not complimentary
Supported a comment by Jerry Brady on Main Library Campus 2 years, 3 months ago
Jerry Brady
Go Kathy and Diane Plastino Graves, above! The problem here is The Cabin is plain and unassuming while the great architect's library is expected to be not just a place for readers and learners but a shining icon of a growing city. I've not seen the library's design, although I'm excited about what's ahead. But preserving The Cabin in it's place, unpretentious and ordinary as it is, would be precisely the point: we haven't outgrown ourselves and gotten too big for our heritage.