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  1. Not a bad paper. There is a need for local community news and city government issues. Don't really need the owner's constant national political rants. We all know where they stand by now.

  2. What nice people. Menard should've known better than to team up with the guy who robbed and drove Conseco to ashes. I'm surprised Timothy Durham isn't involved in this.

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  4. It is beyond me how anyone can think this was a "bad deal" for the state! If they could take the money back then, yes, but they can't! Protections were built in the agreement. Now, if they roll the roads up and take them away, I will agree that it was a bad deal. Otherwise, the only way to have paid for the infrastructure that was badly needed was for the state to issue bonds....that is a four letter synonym for debt folks!!

  5. I agree that we are in dire need of ice time, for adults, as well as children; for hockey as well as figure skating. With that in mind, as well as the concept of providing wellness and physical education, this place is a fantastic idea. In particular, the wellness education concept is sorely needed. The issue is the location. This will be competing with Fishers and Carmel in regards to the ice, so why stick it so close to them? Additionally, the concept of bringing wellness education and physical fitness to the children is great, but do kids in Fishers, Carmel, and Zionsville really need this more-so than kids closer to Center Township. It sounds like another location where the kids load into the family luxury SUV and go play; which is great, but what about kids who primarily use the bus and do not have access to clean and safe facilities in their area? If this is truly a Non-For-Profit reaching out to educate youth about the importance of physical fitness and provide them with those facilities, then why not shift it closer to the urban core, where the luxury SUVs can still drive to and where the less mobile families can easily reach? That lower segment of the population creates the largest financial drain on the economy when it comes to health and wellness (insurance costs, labor costs, missed school days, etc, etc.), so our economy has a whole would better by creating higher accessibility for them.

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