Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#222 Jan 5, 2013
Sorry pal,

I guess you're really jealous, you never got a 15 cent raise....
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#223 Jan 5, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
So, how do you keep putting your price on the cost, if there's land available for future sale/development??
Oh right, YOU LIE 15, cent guy... LMAOROTFU~!
Sorry pal, but when all you have is lies, questions, and spam...YOU'RE A LOSER !
10 acres left out of 45 acres total? The other 35 acres generated a total of $0 in net revenue, as the $14.73 million sales price is totally offset by the $15 million the city of Eagan has to pay to build a parking ramp for the developer. How much is that 10 acres worth? Not much if Eagan is negotiating the deals.

Keep on with the personal attacks as you lose the argument mr low integrity poster.

Eagan, come for the eminent domain, stay for the outlet mall.
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#224 Jan 5, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
<quoted text>It must be bad, when you don't see the business was toast and the area needed help... Poor liar, you "answer" a single point with insults, rather than proof and prove YOU'RE A LOSER PUTZ ~! LMAOROTFU~! Cheap retort...
I didn't answer with insults, I answered your five points of BS, you are the one that devolves each argument you lose to personal attacks, spammed across multiple threads, mr low integrity poster.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#225 Jan 5, 2013
Using YOUR standards.... Notice your post is relegated to conjecture, your post is all made up, no links.
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#226 Jan 5, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
Sorry pal,
I guess you're really jealous, you never got a 15 cent raise....
See, you would call another poster on that line you just posted a liar, I don't have to call you a liar, your low integrity posts are on display every day on almost every thread for all to see. Keep up the low integrity I guess, it is what you do best.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#227 Jan 5, 2013
Keep on with the personal attacks as you lose the argument
Blathers to-
mr low integrity poster.

I couldn't have present3ed better HYPOCRISY, nut-so.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#228 Jan 5, 2013
non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>10 acres left out of 45 acres total? The other 35 acres generated a total of $0 in net revenue, as the $14.73 million sales price is totally offset by the $15 million the city of Eagan has to pay to build a parking ramp for the developer. How much is that 10 acres worth? Not much if Eagan is negotiating the deals.
Keep on with the personal attacks as you lose the argument mr low integrity poster.
Eagan, come for the eminent domain, stay for the outlet mall.
On wing nut "planet" the parking ramp has no value, right ?? Man, you're a complete dumb dumb...
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#229 Jan 5, 2013
Hey, a freeway provides no cash flow, let's stop building them, right non-thinker ??
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#230 Jan 5, 2013
non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>1. City committed 35 out of 45 acres.
2. A run down mall was removed. The rest of the area wasn't "blighted".
3. More taxes may be brought in, but after how many years. What is the payback on the additional taxes vs. the $40 million, interest on the $40 million, and lost tax revenue for over 7 years while the city owns the property(mall opens 2014.
4. The jobs brought in are jobs you argue against every where else, l, that you were against before you were for them.
5. Conjecture, conjecture, conjecture. Where is all this development going to occur? No open areas of any size left in Eagan. There is an upscale retail area going in on the corner of Pilot Knob and Yankee Doodle on the old Lockheed campus, and there was an attempt at an upscale retail area off of 55 just north of Lone Oak that hasn't lived up to expectations and still sits about 1/2 full.
Construction jobs are "low paying non-unionized jobs.." ???PLEASE ~! LMAOROTFU~! Man, when you're simply a liar, there's no point...
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#231 Jan 5, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
<quoted text>On wing nut "planet" the parking ramp has no value, right ?? Man, you're a complete dumb dumb...
If the developer built the ramp, Eagan would have sold 6 additional acres of land, not had to put up $15 million more, and could have taxed that structure. Instead, Eagan keeps 6 additional acres, builds the ramp for the developer, and loses the tax revenue on a $19 million parking ramp. Eagan shouldn't be in the business of building parking ramps for developers that they already subsidized.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#232 Jan 5, 2013
Isn't it time to spam your welcome to Eagan spiel ???

How sad are these Eagen threads, when you're the ONLY person who "cares" and everyone else understands YOU HAVE TO SPEND MONEY TO MAKE MONEY !!!



Want to borrow 15 cents ?? LMAOROTFU~!



Tell the "man of your family" hello and I hope SHE had a nice Christmas... LMAOROTFU~!
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#233 Jan 5, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
It's Off the main way, despite the "Paragon is also chipping in $4.2 million for a $19 million multi-level parking ramp the city will build, own and maintain, said Gene VanOverbeke, Eagan's director of administrative services. The ramp is reportedly going to take up an additional 6 acres of land."
Funny, you don't even absorb your own drivel ! LMAOROTFU~!
"It's a very big step," city administrator Tom Hedges said of the purchase agreement. "We're excited about (Paragon's) ability to develop the property -- we feel it's consistent with our long-term plans."

The purchase agreement includes $5.8 million for the land, an additional $3.5 million for the relocation of Cedar Grove Boulevard and $1.2 million to move a gas pipeline.

Paragon is also chipping in $4.2 million for a $19 million
multi-level parking ramp the city will build, own and maintain, said Gene VanOverbeke, Eagan's director of administrative services.
The city had hoped Paragon would buy an additional 6 acres for the ramp and also own it, he said, but the company had no desire to do so.

The plan is for the city to issue bonds to pay for the ramp and repay them through tax-increment financing revenue.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#234 Jan 5, 2013
Proposed Eagan Outlet Mall Gets Unanimous Yes Vote

Some of the ritziest names in retail could be coming to Eagan.

A plan to put an upscale outlet mall at Highway 13 and Cedar Avenue received unanimous approval from the Eagan Economic Development Authority (EDA).

The city is now working on a deal to sell the land, which is part of the Cedar Grove Redevelopment site, to the developer behind the proposal - Baltimore-based Paragon Outlets.

The plan calls for up to 100 stores and 400-thousand square feet of retail space.

Eagan Mayor Mike Maguire says the project could create 200 construction jobs and 2,000 retail jobs.

The project still needs the okay from the Planning Commission and the City Council. That process could take up to six months. After that it will take about 12 months to build the mall.

The mayor and the EDA believe this project will compliment not compete with the proposed redevelopment of the Lockheed Martin site.

The EDA commissioned an independent market study to make sure the area could support both.

As for possible stores, Paragon works with companies like Coach, Saks and Barneys New York.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#235 Jan 5, 2013
Sure, you have to spend money to make it... Did you miss the "reality" concept of life ???
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#236 Jan 5, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
Hey, a freeway provides no cash flow, let's stop building them, right non-thinker ??
The city doesn't fund freeways with TIF, the city doesn't fund freeways at all. One thing the city does have to contribute is money for off ramps and on-ramps onto the freeways. Your argument comparing a city funding an outlet mall to building freeways has zero merit, try again mr low integrity poster.

If you want, I can forward you a link to how freeways are funded, since you don't either aren't able to find information for yourself or just can't comprehend it. I haven't been able to help you with the comprehension problem to date mr low integrity poster.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#237 Jan 5, 2013
Eagan, come for the fruit loops, stay to annoy the whiny bytches..

I see you brought in California AND freeways, ABSOLUTELY a laser focus on the thread, right HYPOCRITE ???
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#238 Jan 5, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
Proposed Eagan Outlet Mall Gets Unanimous Yes Vote
Some of the ritziest names in retail could be coming to Eagan.
A plan to put an upscale outlet mall at Highway 13 and Cedar Avenue received unanimous approval from the Eagan Economic Development Authority (EDA).
The city is now working on a deal to sell the land, which is part of the Cedar Grove Redevelopment site, to the developer behind the proposal - Baltimore-based Paragon Outlets.
The plan calls for up to 100 stores and 400-thousand square feet of retail space.
Eagan Mayor Mike Maguire says the project could create 200 construction jobs and 2,000 retail jobs.
The project still needs the okay from the Planning Commission and the City Council. That process could take up to six months. After that it will take about 12 months to build the mall.
The mayor and the EDA believe this project will compliment not compete with the proposed redevelopment of the Lockheed Martin site.
The EDA commissioned an independent market study to make sure the area could support both.
As for possible stores, Paragon works with companies like Coach, Saks and Barneys New York.
The EDA, the same city council members that have been pushing this project the whole time. The study says the area "could" support both, just like the EDA earlier thought the Cedarvale re-development would be an upscale mixed use development, not an outlet mall.

"It's a very big step," city administrator Tom Hedges said of the purchase agreement. "We're excited about (Paragon's) ability to develop the property -- we feel it's consistent with our long-term plans."

The purchase agreement includes $5.8 million for the land, an additional $3.5 million for the relocation of Cedar Grove Boulevard and $1.2 million to move a gas pipeline.

Paragon is also chipping in $4.2 million for a $19 million
multi-level parking ramp the city will build, own and maintain, said Gene VanOverbeke, Eagan's director of administrative services.
The city had hoped Paragon would buy an additional 6 acres for the ramp and also own it, he said, but the company had no desire to do so.

The plan is for the city to issue bonds to pay for the ramp and repay them through tax-increment financing revenue.

Eagan, come for the eminent domain, stay for the outlet mall.
Amuxed Slew

Seattle, WA

#239 Jan 5, 2013
Eagan, come for the fruit loops, stay to annoy the whiny bytches..

I see why you can't afford a home, no instant cash flow, right L-O-S-E-R ~!
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#240 Jan 5, 2013
Sorry pal,

I guess you're really jealous, you never EARNED a 15 cent raise...
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#241 Jan 6, 2013
Eagan, come for the eminent domain, stay for the outlet mall.

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