Chicagoland Speedway exec meets in New Lenox with...
Residents from Joliet, Manhattan, Elwood and New Lenox met with Manhattan Mayor Jamie Doyle, Chicagoland Speedway president Scott Paddock and New Lenox Mayor Tim Baldermann Thursday to complain about the loud music that lasted until after 4 a.m. over the three-day Electric Daisy Carnival concert.
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#1 Jun 7, 2013
The Track can act as though they care about local people but I would like to know of one local business that they use for any services they need.
#2 Jun 7, 2013
If this meeting had been given more publication I am sure many more people would have attended.
#3 Jun 7, 2013
Who gives a rats azz bunch of 30 year olds acting like old bags . Do you yell if a child steps on your lawn ? Kids having fun is not illegal and for three days who cares better than them racing cars down Smith Rd. and killing people , let them be . Wait till 4th of July weekend when the driveway drunks are blowing mortars off all hours of the night all weekend long are you gonna Call Gov. Quinn and complain ? Grow up and let kids be kids and enjoy life a Little bit , sounds like you have nothing better to do than complain over spilt milk .
#4 Jun 7, 2013
Oh, and yes I am a douche bag 45 year old man, that loves to watch the teenage girls. I was outside of the event with my van handing out free candy.
#5 Jun 7, 2013
35 year old you pole smoker .... Hey how did you know about the candy ?
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