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  1. You make it sound like the Governor just snapped his fingers to make this project a reality. Only 30 years in the making! Maybe he needs a more authoritative finger snap!

  2. I'm happy to see one less vacant building on the NW side. Thanks, Lowes, for not passing on an existing space and building yet another "warehouse." It's a good thing, folks - saving space AND providing jobs.

  3. .. I'm always amazed at the negative comments on every story, but I shouldn't be. Sometimes I think it's astounding that Indianapolis ever accomplishes anything with so many negative Neds and Nellies who will gripe about anything. Roberts is a small local business that is actually growing in a time when not a lot of small shops like their can compete. They didn't move to the burbs, they're investing in an unused building in downtown. I see it only as a win. You have to spend money to make money - I don't call tax incentives to a small local business corporate welfare.

  4. Marshall & Zach, thanks for the responses. Makes total sense now! At first I was thinking that it would be nice to have these jobs downtown, but with the additional parking required, it might be best in a suburban area.

  5. You can file a tort claim, very common. INDOT is responsible, assuming it is actually a State maintained roadway (not always cut and dry). You can actually download the form I believe from the Attorney General's website. They have specific rules, i.e., if the pot hole was reported 24 hours or more prior to your damage, and they failed to repair it, they pay you. If they fail to follow proper distance/follow vehicle rules for painting lines, and you get paint on your car, they pay. Pretty simple process, maybe a 70/30 ratio to paid/denied claims.

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