Neighbors worried about Tulane’s plans to build a 30,000 seat stadium got another chance to voice their concerns Wednesday.
Councilwoman Susan Guidry plans to ask city leaders to withdraw an interim zoning resolution passed in May that would have blocked stadium construction.
Wednesday’s meeting updates the public about future stadium planning, game day operations and tailgating.
Neighbors broke off into small groups to brainstorm stadium issue they’re still unclear about.
Tulane and the city say they’ll continue to work with neighbors toward an enforceable agreement.
Withdrawing the interim zoning district resolution is the first item on Thursday’s city council agenda.
Tulane’s president says there will be more community meetings.