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  1. This is great for Indy! This is an upscale restaurant that will have people lining up on the weekends. Great food, great service but it's not cheap. Can't wait for them to open!

  2. Hello, I am Maris Peters, currently living in Texas city, USA. I am a widow at the moment with three kids and i was stuck in a financial situation in August 2014 and i needed to refinance and pay my bills. I tried seeking loans from various loan Companies both private and corporate but never with success, and most banks declined my credit. But as God would have it, I was introduced to a Man of God a private loan lender who gave me a loan of $65,000USD and today am a business owner and my kids are doing well at the moment, if you must contact any firm or company with reference to securing a loan without collateral , no credit check, no co signer with just 2% interest rate and better repayment plans and schedule, please contact Mr William David. He doesn’t know that am doing this but am so happy now and i decided to let people know more about him and also i want God to bless him more.You can contact him through his email:

  3. Meier is going to do what it wants. They do need to think about the neighbors they are impacting. I don't want to see Brouse and Hillside as thoroughfares. These two streets are used by people to get off of Keystone as it is. This is a good neighborhood not a business district. A wall should be built to separate the Meier Store and 56th Street with NO entrance off 56th street currently a residential street. Would you want beer trucks coming down your street in the middle of the night? The city just spent tons of money putting in new sewers and resurfacing the streets. What a waste of money if this goes through and our streets pick up the additional 24 hour traffic.

  4. Ding, ding, ding dong. There are very few privatization schemes that benefit the public. No matter if Indiana or a private company raised tolls, either one would be responsible for repairs and bills. The only difference is the private company gets to make a profit. Indiana gets $3.8 billion upfront, while a private company stands to profit many times that amount. If Indiana's Governors simply had the courage to raise tolls, the State could have reaped a lot more than $3.8 billion. A lot of the "Major Moves" money was spent on new infrastructure - facilities that will burden future generations.

  5. Jim you are my hero. Shut the nonsense down!