Correcting the parking problem at con...
Truth

United States

#42 Jul 17, 2013
correcting ur confusion wrote:
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Yes, hosted events over 700 people. It is not a loss to other vendors when those spaces remain vacant on most nights anyway. Don't you think their management would charge for parking for conference center events if it was really burdensome to them? You're not the only "smart" person to recognize this. And you're concerned about college girls at risk? By walking down dark alleys??? What DARK ALLEYS? You're a freaking moron.
Hey confused, learn to read they didnt say anything about a dark ALLEY, THEY SAID STREET!! DONT MANIPULATE IT TO SUIT YOURSELF LIAR!! You must be thinking of a alley where you go to pickup a gf, or smoke your crack pipe lmao freaking moron!!
seriously

El Dorado, AR

#43 Jul 17, 2013
Its really not a big deal. I mean, yes, we all know parking at the Conference Center is minimal. Well, at least anyone with a brain does. Why anyone would deny that I have no clue. But when there is an event there its really no big deal to have to park across the street or a block over or whatever. Yeah its a little mind boggling as to why they chose that location and why they didn't factor in parking. Weird to spend so much $$$ on something that isn't exactly practical but that happens all the time, right? I'm sure they knew going into it that people would have to park in front of other businesses. If any of you are upset or surprised that we got something nice but with a small downfall, then you haven't been living here long enough. There is give and take to a small town. If anything I think its proof that the downtown area needs to be expanded. We've got a really nice few blocks but now we need a little more.

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#44 Jul 17, 2013
salty

El Dorado, AR

#45 Jul 17, 2013
City laws and Ordinances were violated by the city officials that approved the construction of a facility that can handle up to 1200 people but has very inadequate onsite parking. The other managers of conference centers across the state realize this and this negative is hurting the recruitment of conferences here. The whole downtown area could use additional parking if you want to get people downtown. Quit removing parking for buildings and structures as that only adds to the negatives of coming downtown.

As stated recently, do you think WalMart and Brokshires would have built a store here with little parking.
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#46 Jul 17, 2013
Truth wrote:
<quoted text>Hey confused, learn to read they didnt say anything about a dark ALLEY, THEY SAID STREET!! DONT MANIPULATE IT TO SUIT YOURSELF LIAR!! You must be thinking of a alley where you go to pickup a gf, or smoke your crack pipe lmao freaking moron!!
They mentioned dark alley, dumbass. Re-read the posts and take your own advice. Also, it's evident you're the same "freakin moron" posting under multiple names, dumbass.
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#47 Jul 17, 2013
seriously wrote:
Its really not a big deal. I mean, yes, we all know parking at the Conference Center is minimal. Well, at least anyone with a brain does. Why anyone would deny that I have no clue. But when there is an event there its really no big deal to have to park across the street or a block over or whatever. Yeah its a little mind boggling as to why they chose that location and why they didn't factor in parking. Weird to spend so much $$$ on something that isn't exactly practical but that happens all the time, right? I'm sure they knew going into it that people would have to park in front of other businesses. If any of you are upset or surprised that we got something nice but with a small downfall, then you haven't been living here long enough. There is give and take to a small town. If anything I think its proof that the downtown area needs to be expanded. We've got a really nice few blocks but now we need a little more.
Agreed. My point exactly. Just like the convention center in Hit Springs offers minimal parking, spots are available within a couple of blocks. As far as your opinion on expanding and upgrading downtown areas, I think you may be on to something.
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#48 Jul 17, 2013
salty wrote:
City laws and Ordinances were violated by the city officials that approved the construction of a facility that can handle up to 1200 people but has very inadequate onsite parking. The other managers of conference centers across the state realize this and this negative is hurting the recruitment of conferences here. The whole downtown area could use additional parking if you want to get people downtown. Quit removing parking for buildings and structures as that only adds to the negatives of coming downtown.
As stated recently, do you think WalMart and Brokshires would have built a store here with little parking.
Actually, city laws and ordinances were not violated, as adequate parking to accommodate the facility is available to fall within required guidelines. What parking spaces have been removed to place buildings? hat buildings have gone up in the downtown area in the past DECADE? THE PAST TWO DECADES?

Wal-Mart and Brookshires are private companies. They don't have system peaches, affording them the opportunity to splurge on such wants on property that they own.

The real TRUE negative concerning the CC was the imminent domain of private property during a terrible real estate market, if anybody just wants to b!tch about something. Start with that.
All The Same

United States

#49 Jul 17, 2013
I'm the Topixfag let's talk about the Eppinettes
Redneck

United States

#50 Jul 17, 2013
No I'm the Topixfag and I want to talk about Atwoods
LMAO

United States

#51 Jul 17, 2013
You liars I'm the Topixfag and I want to talk about how homosstank
False

United States

#52 Jul 17, 2013
correcting ur confusion wrote:
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What other businesses are they "mowing over?" Since their events are generally during the evenings: most college parking lot is vacant, the banks are closed, street parking is vacant, and Brookshires is slow. There hasn't been one complaint from local businesses to have gone public, so why are you creating the idea of a problem that is clearly not there? The CC has plenty of parking for their daytime visitors, and plenty more available parking from surrounding vacant streets and lots during the evening. Surrounding businesses are actually supported when attention is brought to their lots, familiaring more people with their LOCATIONS, you freakin POS shitstirring moron. This is why dipshits like you aren't ask for their opinion.
Opinions are like a**holes everybody has one!! You hate to hear the truth because it hurts!! Freakin moron
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#53 Jul 17, 2013
False wrote:
<quoted text>Opinions are like a**holes everybody has one!! You hate to hear the truth because it hurts!! Freakin moron
I can't hear the truth if I keep having to repeat it back to you because your stupidass can't comprehend.
correcting ur confusion

El Dorado, AR

#54 Jul 17, 2013
Us homosexuals ain't to smart.
I have an idea

Memphis, TN

#55 Jul 17, 2013
correcting ur confusion wrote:
Us homosexuals ain't to smart.
I'll start changing my name; likes my aliases All The Same, Redneck, and LMAO; and start cussing and accusing people of being queers.
False

United States

#56 Jul 17, 2013
correcting ur confusion wrote:
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I can't hear the truth if I keep having to repeat it back to you because your stupidass can't comprehend.
False you the stupidass that cant comprehend so go back to the alley where you came from crackhead whatafkngloser
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#58 Jul 17, 2013
False wrote:
<quoted text> False you the stupidass that cant comprehend so go back to the alley where you came from crackhead whatafkngloser
Yes, "false" is a good name for a dipshit that can't comprehend a simple fact that there is plenty of parking areas available for the massive events held at the conference center.

FYI - we can all tell you're the All The Same goober. Your dumbass ID has been narrowed. You will be found out soon.
False

United States

#59 Jul 17, 2013
I have an idea wrote:
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I'll start changing my name; likes my aliases All The Same, Redneck, and LMAO; and start cussing and accusing people of being queers.
Damn!! We must be two peas in a pod!! Stupidass
Dirty Underwear

Arkadelphia, AR

#61 Jul 18, 2013
I think we should tear down the conference center to create parking.
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#62 Jul 18, 2013
Dirty Underwear wrote:
I think we should tear down the conference center to create parking.
Problem solved. Because we don't have enough empty lots throughout town, right?
well

Chicago, IL

#63 Jul 18, 2013
Move the courthouse and level that area to provide a community gathering place for our festivals.

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