Correcting the parking problem at con...
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#126 Jul 22, 2013
I have an Idea wrote:
<quoted text> RIGHT ON WINSTON!!!
You are the same person that signs on as Winston, dumbass.
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#127 Jul 22, 2013
I have an Idea wrote:
<quoted text> EXACTLY!! RIGHT ON MARGARET you are SO RIGHT!!
You are Margaret, also. And you were wrong all 3 times. Leasing the current lots available by the local businesses would ve the only logical idea; if they were trying TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE CONFERENCE CENTER! But our local businesses have class. They realize the benefit of having the CC close by brings attention to their business locations. Therefore, they don't mind CC attendants using their unoccupied lots in the evening, dumbass.
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#128 Jul 22, 2013
I have an Idea wrote:
<quoted text> You are one STUPID MORON!!!
You're the freakin moron, dumbass.
wtf

El Dorado, AR

#129 Jul 22, 2013
correcting ur confusion wrote:
<quoted text>
You are Margaret, also. And you were wrong all 3 times. Leasing the current lots available by the local businesses would ve the only logical idea; if they were trying TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE CONFERENCE CENTER! But our local businesses have class. They realize the benefit of having the CC close by brings attention to their business locations. Therefore, they don't mind CC attendants using their unoccupied lots in the evening, dumbass.
What businesses are there around the CC besides Brookshires? How is it going to bring attention to stores on the square that are blocks over, where people aren't parking? I'm not trying to be rude or anything. I'm really wondering.
Veterans Day Event

El Dorado, AR

#130 Nov 12, 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.
I knew family members who had veterans in their family that tried to go to the ceremony but were unable to find any on site parking for these older folks. Its a shame to spend $18 million dollars on a facility and not include ample and convenient parking for your guests. Shame shame shame for treating our Union County veterans this way.

Any future stuctures (festivals) and objects (parks) downtown must be secondary to ample and adequate parking so visitors will come and shop stores and restaurants. Too many local stores near the square fail because of the lack of convenient parking.

Also, the auditorium needs additional parking for guests in this day and time. Parking in front of people's houses three blocks away is unacceptable.

Sam Walton once said- "Lack of parking equals lack of customers".
Correcting ur confusion

United States

#132 Nov 12, 2013
We in it to make money we cut every corner we can and we have lots of money left over that way
yeah right

El Dorado, AR

#133 Nov 12, 2013
All above comments ae from 1-idiot. Don't you know this is a miserable JOIfag?
for real

El Dorado, AR

#134 Nov 13, 2013
There is ample space behind center off Washington. They could do multi level parking lot like hospital did. They have green space there nobody will ever use anyway. I think it is a travesty that center, auditorium, and parks, all have too little parking. When a business builds here they put them through the wringer about enough parking yet you have none when the city and aldermen are responsible for it.
youngster

El Dorado, AR

#135 Nov 15, 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.
Sounds like these people also worked on Obamacare.
Asking

Tyler, TX

#136 Nov 15, 2013
Seems like we have a bunch of winey fat [email protected]@es that don't want to walk.
typical

San Antonio, TX

#137 Nov 16, 2013
Asking wrote:
Seems like we have a bunch of winey fat [email protected]@es that don't want to walk.
That's exactly what it is. There has plenty of parking to suffice over 800 people comfortably. No city ordinances were broken, as the fatass dipshit has been trying to get people to believe. This is a non-issue.
well

Chicago, IL

#138 Nov 16, 2013
This is not going to go away.
get smart

El Dorado, AR

#139 Nov 16, 2013
Winston wrote:
<quoted text>
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
A shortage of ample convenient parking leads to a shortage of visitors. Shops, hotels, movie theaters,and car dealers fled downtown more than 40 years ago due to the parking shortage.The old obsolete blighted buildings need to be replaced with additional parking. There are several that project negative image of this town.
Benn

El Dorado, AR

#140 Nov 16, 2013
We first need events that need parking. Music Fest was so sparsely
Attended that parking was not a problem. We have an events issue not a parking issue. I don't see parking ever being a real issue because I don't think we will
Ever have the events to need more parking.
dustin

El Dorado, AR

#141 Nov 19, 2013
get smart wrote:
<quoted text>
A shortage of ample convenient parking leads to a shortage of visitors. Shops, hotels, movie theaters,and car dealers fled downtown more than 40 years ago due to the parking shortage.The old obsolete blighted buildings need to be replaced with additional parking. There are several that project negative image of this town.
There should be a block of parking just across the street from the courthouse for employees and visitors coming downtown.
Disagree

El Dorado, AR

#142 Nov 19, 2013
Asking wrote:
Seems like we have a bunch of winey fat [email protected]@es that don't want to walk.
All people who cannot make the trek are not fat [email protected]@es....some have genuine disabilities, which make it difficult. You are truly heartless.
Anthony

El Dorado, AR

#144 Nov 22, 2013
for real wrote:
There is ample space behind center off Washington. They could do multi level parking lot like hospital did. They have green space there nobody will ever use anyway. I think it is a travesty that center, auditorium, and parks, all have too little parking. When a business builds here they put them through the wringer about enough parking yet you have none when the city and aldermen are responsible for it.
Its my understanding they plan on trying to pack a hotel in this area reducing the potential parking spaces even more. The newspaper reported this week that the conference center continues to lose money. This will continue as long as the parking is inadequate for guests. As a local citizen, I am upset about the veterans that were unable to attend the ceremony due to inadequate parking.
WWII Vet

Memphis, TN

#145 Nov 23, 2013
Veterans Day Event wrote:
<quoted text>
I knew family members who had veterans in their family that tried to go to the ceremony but were unable to find any on site parking for these older folks. Its a shame to spend $18 million dollars on a facility and not include ample and convenient parking for your guests. Shame shame shame for treating our Union County veterans this way.
Any future stuctures (festivals) and objects (parks) downtown must be secondary to ample and adequate parking so visitors will come and shop stores and restaurants. Too many local stores near the square fail because of the lack of convenient parking.
Also, the auditorium needs additional parking for guests in this day and time. Parking in front of people's houses three blocks away is unacceptable.
Sam Walton once said- "Lack of parking equals lack of customers".
There is not a parking problem by the conference center. Streets and lots surround the damn thing. Are you blind?
Correcting ur Confusion

Memphis, TN

#146 Nov 23, 2013
Correcting ur confusion wrote:
We in it to make money we cut every corner we can and we have lots of money left over that way
I did not post this, but definitely a poor impersonation.
correcting ur confusion

Memphis, TN

#147 Nov 23, 2013
well wrote:
This is not going to go away.
This HAS ALREADY gone away. It's a non-issue, but you, and ONLY YOU, keep crying about it. Pathetic.

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