it's turning a profit? Not if ya have t make repairs.
I was always told that smell in SLC was from the lake.I think I now
know what it really is.
" flooded parking spots"?Why should taxpayers be on the hook for
poor construction? In this day and age of laser measuring systems and GPS and
laser guided graders and earth movers, it's easier than ever to build
streets and parking lots. The contractor that screwed this up in the first place
needs to pay to redo his poor job. Unless, of course, he's kin to a public
Let's not forget that Dell Loy Hansen was going to build that stadium with
100% private money. SLC waffled around, and he took his money down to Herriman
where they actually wanted private investment. His stadium in Herriman opens
later this month.
1.1 million, that's pocket change. Beware of cost overruns on huge ticket
items like the prison.
One can't help but wonder who exactly was in charge of this whole thing.
The issues don't seem so complex that they shouldn't have been
identified early on. But the fixes...follow the money...why does it cost a
quarter of a million dollars to put in a chain-link fence so children can't
access the east area of the stands? This whole thing, after millions were
donated by several entities, needs an audit. The attitude seems to be that
since the tax payers are funding large portions of it, no accountability is
necessary. And so far, that seems to have been a correct assumption.
People that survive off the taxpayer have a very odd view of what