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New rules regarding bags allowed into NFL stadiums have fans, including U.S. Representative Ann Wagner (R-MO) upset. Photo Credit: NFL
Beverly August 21, 2013 at 07:56 am
Simmer down Ann. Women are becoming wimps. Don't they have pockets for their personal stuff. IRead More was really disappointed in the expose' on Channel 5. Lisa Ziegman didn't do herself and her credibility any favors by taking this on. Just a bunch of fluff.
Jean August 21, 2013 at 01:52 pm
Why do we have so many whiners about everything. Why do women think they have to carry the kitchenRead More sink with them to a football game. Ann Wagner, I didn't vote for you before, and petty stuff like this can add to the reasons why.
David Smith August 21, 2013 at 07:40 pm
Geez what a bunch of crybabies. Personally I don't want to wait in a mile long line as they checkRead More every bag going into the stadium. How much do you need to carry in to begin with? Moreover, a lot of you need to understand Constitutional protections don't apply to private property.
Marcia Countryman May 28, 2013 at 07:53 pm
Congratulations, Andrew!! What an opportunity. I hope you enjoy golf for many years to come.
Julie walkoff May 29, 2013 at 01:14 am
What a great opportunity! We know you were thrilled to be there! Nice way to start the summer!!
Kristi New Locke May 29, 2013 at 11:55 pm
Andrew--Moving up in the world! What an awesome experience! Enjoy your Summer and best of luck toRead More you at Mizzou! From the Lockes.
Carleen Murray April 16, 2013 at 02:16 am
...(see previous post)... Mayor Coffey and Missy Bundren state that one of the reasons for the highRead More membership costs is the costs of operations and upkeep. If the membership rate is lowered more households would be able to obtain membership therefore increase the overall income of The Timbers. For example 1,000 households x $550 yearly membership = $550,000 or 2,000 households x $300 yearly membership = $600,000. The Timbers seems to be compared to the Wildwood YMCA a lot. I want to clarify that the YMCA does not receive tax dollars to help support the facility. Therefore, the cost of membership is expected to be more so than that of a city recreation center. The Timbers should be compared to other recreation centers in close proximity to the City of Eureka. For example, River Chase, in Fenton. Yes, River Chase is quite a bit older. However, the condition of their facility remains to be very well kept and up to date while still making it affordable to residents and non-residents......(see next post)...
Carleen Murray April 16, 2013 at 02:17 am
...(see previous post)... Another concern of mine is the maintenance and upkeep of The Timbers. WhoRead More is going to be doing the maintenance and upkeep? Will it be any of the Public Works employees or any other city workers? If so, how will they be paid? Will The Timbers be paying the same utility rates (water, trash, electric surcharge to the city) as other businesses or will it be subsidized by the Eureka residents, member or not. What are the options for families during winter months? This is supposed to be all about community; however, what options are available at The Timbers for children during the months of September through May? Also, how is the opening of The Timbers going to affect the cost of programs such as Tae Kwon Do, Gymnastics, and Aerobics etc…? It has been stated that these issues will be addressed later as they are still being finalized. However, is this just a way to keep the residents of Eureka in the dark?
Pete Beaugard May 26, 2013 at 06:45 pm
If the decision to exclude an indoor poll was made because of cost I guess I have to understand theRead More decisision. The proposed membership fees should reflect this decision. As a resident of Eureka, I paid a nonresident senior fee of 240.00 for Riverchase in Fenton. I believe the resident senior fee for a Fenton resident is 175.00. Eureka is asking me to pay a senior resident fee of 250.00. I don't think that 75.00 more for les is a good decision on Eureka's part. 75.00 less would be more appropriate.
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