Correcting the parking problem at con...
actually

Memphis, TN

#106 Jul 21, 2013
I have an Idea wrote:
<quoted text> Thank you!!! Thats EXACTLY RIGHT!!! VERY WELL SAID!!! They will never ever ever admit they screwed up though!!
Your sharing of thanks needs to be appreciated by you, as you both are exactly wrong. Therefore, it was not "very well said." It asks to being unnecessary attention and expenses to a public entity that has proven to be unneeded. Nobody screwed up, so the only ones that need to admit anything is you on your own ignorance.
Margaret

El Dorado, AR

#107 Jul 21, 2013
actually wrote:
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In which "about 75" is all that's needed during the day. A building of this type of use has accommodated over 800 people at evening event, and plenty of parking has alwaysbeen available within walking distance on such occassions. The high school accommodates all of their functions and events generally at the same time. The conference center does not. But even during large events, parking within walking distance has always been accommodating to attendants. Your argument carries no merit.
Those 75 are not even available to guests because- as stated previously- they are taken by students and employees. The conference center is not able to market and promote large conferences because of the lack of parking that is on site. Other businesses and properties don't want you parking in front of them because their guests need convenient parking. What would happen if Wal-Mart or the High School limited ON-Site parking to 75 vehicles.
LMAO

El Dorado, AR

#108 Jul 21, 2013
Margaret wrote:
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Those 75 are not even available to guests because- as stated previously- they are taken by students and employees. The conference center is not able to market and promote large conferences because of the lack of parking that is on site. Other businesses and properties don't want you parking in front of them because their guests need convenient parking. What would happen if Wal-Mart or the High School limited ON-Site parking to 75 vehicles.
"Margaret"? LMAO. Folks, this is theFag. Just like ALL the comments above. What a fkingHomoIdiot.
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#109 Jul 21, 2013
Margaret wrote:
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Those 75 are not even available to guests because- as stated previously- they are taken by students and employees. The conference center is not able to market and promote large conferences because of the lack of parking that is on site. Other businesses and properties don't want you parking in front of them because their guests need convenient parking. What would happen if Wal-Mart or the High School limited ON-Site parking to 75 vehicles.
About half are available for guests, which is all that is needed during the day. The students are ADULTS; it's not like they have Parent-Teacher conferences! Damn you act like the whole town pours into this place everyday! The Conference Center has hosted and marketed for major conferences and events that have brought in well over 700 people! Wal-Mart and the High School are a private business and an educational institution. Being that attention is brought to businesses and properties adjacent to the conference center, their parking olots are a small price to pay for the large amount of business and public appeal they receive.
IMAFAG

El Dorado, AR

#110 Jul 21, 2013
correcting ur confusion wrote:
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About half are available for guests, which is all that is needed during the day. The students are ADULTS; it's not like they have Parent-Teacher conferences! Damn you act like the whole town pours into this place everyday! The Conference Center has hosted and marketed for major conferences and events that have brought in well over 700 people! Wal-Mart and the High School are a private business and an educational institution. Being that attention is brought to businesses and properties adjacent to the conference center, their parking olots are a small price to pay for the large amount of business and public appeal they receive.
Yep, it's me.
yep thats you

Memphis, TN

#111 Jul 21, 2013
IMAFAG wrote:
<quoted text> Yep, it's me.
URAFAG
I have an Idea

United States

#112 Jul 22, 2013
Margaret wrote:
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Those 75 are not even available to guests because- as stated previously- they are taken by students and employees. The conference center is not able to market and promote large conferences because of the lack of parking that is on site. Other businesses and properties don't want you parking in front of them because their guests need convenient parking. What would happen if Wal-Mart or the High School limited ON-Site parking to 75 vehicles.
RIGHT ON!!!! NOW THATS WHAT IM TALKING ABOUT!!! Adequate parking as long as they are mowing over other area businesses parking lots causing them to lose business they dont care!!! Totally inconsiderate of others!!! They will never admit wrong doing until other businesses barracade their parking lots during these events lol, then see how much parking the cc has lol!!! People need to take a stand!!
I have an Idea

United States

#113 Jul 22, 2013
Winston wrote:
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There are only about 75 on site parking spaces on the South side and they are usually taken by employees and students. A building of this type and use needs about 500 On Site parking spaces available. The high school- 1100 students and employees did it correctly with about 700 or so parking spaces provided. There is a big difference between 75 and 700
YOU ARE EXACTLY RIGHT WINSTON!!! You got a good head on your shoulders, and some common sense!! Thank you!!
well

Chicago, IL

#114 Jul 22, 2013
The adjacent businesses could go to permit parking for non customers and get some revenue out of that that they will not be getting from the city.
omg

El Dorado, AR

#115 Jul 22, 2013
We're lucky to have the CC. I'll take it however we can get it. Though logically it is pretty absurd to have built in that location and neglected to figure in adequate parking, it is still a blessing.
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#116 Jul 22, 2013
I have an Idea wrote:
<quoted text> RIGHT ON!!!! NOW THATS WHAT IM TALKING ABOUT!!! Adequate parking as long as they are mowing over other area businesses parking lots causing them to lose business they dont care!!! Totally inconsiderate of others!!! They will never admit wrong doing until other businesses barracade their parking lots during these events lol, then see how much parking the cc has lol!!! People need to take a stand!!
Well, what you "are talking about" is wrong.
About half are available for guests, which is all that is needed during the day. The students are ADULTS; it's not like they have Parent-Teacher conferences! Damn you act like the whole town pours into this place everyday! The Conference Center has hosted and marketed for major conferences and events that have brought in well over 700 people! Wal-Mart and the High School are a private business and an educational institution. Being that attention is brought to businesses and properties adjacent to the conference center, their parking olots are a small price to pay for the large amount of business and public appeal they receive. There is nothing of need that is needing to have a stand taken against.
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#117 Jul 22, 2013
I have an Idea wrote:
<quoted text> YOU ARE EXACTLY RIGHT WINSTON!!! You got a good head on your shoulders, and some common sense!! Thank you!!
Winston, your other alias, is exactly wrong. The following is right:

About half are available for guests, which is all that is needed during the day. The students are ADULTS; it's not like they have Parent-Teacher conferences! Damn you act like the whole town pours into this place everyday! The Conference Center has hosted and marketed for major conferences and events that have brought in well over 700 people! Wal-Mart and the High School are a private business and an educational institution. Being that attention is brought to businesses and properties adjacent to the conference center, their parking olots are a small price to pay for the large amount of business and public appeal they receive.
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#118 Jul 22, 2013
well wrote:
The adjacent businesses could go to permit parking for non customers and get some revenue out of that that they will not be getting from the city.
Very true. Many downtown businesses lease their lots out during the day. Good idea!
actually

United States

#119 Jul 22, 2013
correcting ur confusion wrote:
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Well, what you "are talking about" is wrong.
About half are available for guests, which is all that is needed during the day. The students are ADULTS; it's not like they have Parent-Teacher conferences! Damn you act like the whole town pours into this place everyday! The Conference Center has hosted and marketed for major conferences and events that have brought in well over 700 people! Wal-Mart and the High School are a private business and an educational institution. Being that attention is brought to businesses and properties adjacent to the conference center, their parking olots are a small price to pay for the large amount of business and public appeal they receive. There is nothing of need that is needing to have a stand taken against.
You are so confused!!! You are a freakin moron!!
actually

United States

#120 Jul 22, 2013
I have an idea wrote:
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This was posted by me, as I'm who everybody views as the one and only stalker: the Atwoods stalker.
And I do realize my very ignorant, expensive idea of a large parking complex in little ol El Dorado is a terrible idea. I was wrong to think you gullible idiots would be stupid enough to go along with it.
actually thats me! correcting ur confusion!!
actually

United States

#121 Jul 22, 2013
correcting ur confusion wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, what you "are talking about" is wrong.
About half are available for guests, which is all that is needed during the day. The students are ADULTS; it's not like they have Parent-Teacher conferences! Damn you act like the whole town pours into this place everyday! The Conference Center has hosted and marketed for major conferences and events that have brought in well over 700 people! Wal-Mart and the High School are a private business and an educational institution. Being that attention is brought to businesses and properties adjacent to the conference center, their parking olots are a small price to pay for the large amount of business and public appeal they receive. There is nothing of need that is needing to have a stand taken against.
actually you are as stupid as stupid gets you freakin moron!!! Wrong again!! STUPID!!
I have an Idea

United States

#122 Jul 22, 2013
Winston wrote:
On site surface parking is the most logical.
RIGHT ON WINSTON!!!
I have an Idea

United States

#123 Jul 22, 2013
Margaret wrote:
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Those 75 are not even available to guests because- as stated previously- they are taken by students and employees. The conference center is not able to market and promote large conferences because of the lack of parking that is on site. Other businesses and properties don't want you parking in front of them because their guests need convenient parking. What would happen if Wal-Mart or the High School limited ON-Site parking to 75 vehicles.
EXACTLY!! RIGHT ON MARGARET you are SO RIGHT!!
I have an Idea

United States

#124 Jul 22, 2013
correcting ur confusion wrote:
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Very true. Many downtown businesses lease their lots out during the day. Good idea!
You are one STUPID MORON!!!
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#125 Jul 22, 2013
actually wrote:
<quoted text> You are so confused!!! You are a freakin moron!!
You're the dumbass that wants to spend millions on a concrete slab we don't need, dipshit.

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