Here’s video of those that attended the afternoon session of the Toomer’s Corner Landscape Enhancements & Concept Development Workshop on Tuesday, which you can and should read all about here, explaining their colorfully charted hopes and dreams for the future of Toomer’s Corner.
Spokesmen for the first group were downtown business owners Eric Stamp, owner of Stamp, and AuburnArt.com owner Cliff Hare. The name of the second group’s guy I should know. But I don’t.
Related: Roll Toomer’s Corner app delayed but still planned for release despite oaks’ appearance.
More on the the Toomer’s Oaks: Toomer’s Corner rollings didn’t start with Punt, Bama, Punt, says History / Did Auburn students celebrate Bear Bryant’s death by rolling Toomer’s Corner?
* Watch the play that cost Auburn the 1974 Iron Bowl
* The Eagles’ Joe Walsh in an Auburn shirt
* Auburn’s banned 1979 student recruitment poster
* Only undefeated Triple Crown winner owned by Auburn grads
* Elvis says “War Eagle”
* Alabama in Auburn gear
* Diagram of a 1983 Auburn student
* That OTHER time they burned the Glom
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Is the suggestion to tear down Biggin Hall serious? What a travesty.
I’m honestly not sure. During the discussion, it seemed like people thought that could actually be an option if need be, but during the presentation it was delivered as if a joke.
I thought the first suggestion of it was pretty flippant, but then I thought I heard it brought up again later on by another guy. The way they are going about this seems to be a little weird and i’m not sure how well it’s sitting with me to see firms bidding out ideas for it.
Marlin Miller needs to have shot at the wood from these trees. he does great work. I have an beautiful eagle carving of his. Check his work at his website http://www.marlinmillergallery.com