Seaside convention center eyed

Seaside convention center eyed

There are 9 comments on the Monterey County Herald story from Dec 18, 2010, titled Seaside convention center eyed. In it, Monterey County Herald reports that:

The city of Seaside has revived its exploration of the idea of a 250,000-square-foot convention center, a project that may be at least five years away from groundbreaking.

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Phil Chris

Seaside, CA

#1 Dec 18, 2010
Really ? Mr Corpuz, you again ? Why don't you concentrate on "cleaning up " the books and stop talking no sense with your "great idea" of grandeur.
Remeber 90 days is not really long, especially for someone like you.
Don't worry, you won't be missed.
Tacoma

Seattle, WA

#2 Dec 18, 2010
That's our Uncle Ray alright. He built one in Tacoma too! It's been so successful we will gladly ship it to you.
FROMPG

Pacific Grove, CA

#3 Dec 19, 2010
Another great idea from Seaside. I'm sure this will work out about as good as the auto center deal. This is a City on the way to bankruptcy.
Owl Eyes

Seaside, CA

#4 Dec 19, 2010
Convention Center? I have yet to see Seaside get tenants for the buildings it has had vacant for several years now. Let's work on getting those rented first. I love the idea of "Dreaming Big!", but maybe the Seaside Council needs to get it's priorities in order first. I would welcome a huge Convention Center then. And while you are at it, throw in a theme park too... a little something for the kids.
Takhoman

Seattle, WA

#8 Dec 20, 2010
For more on Tacoma's Uncle Ray click or copy link below.

http://www.thenewtakhoman.com
Phil Chris

Seaside, CA

#10 Dec 20, 2010
Well, there is at list, one thing positif about all this : we're all agreeing: "CORPUZ NO MORE".

I love Seaside.
FROMPG

Pacific Grove, CA

#11 Dec 22, 2010
At least that new "downtown" is doing well.
Phil Chris

Seaside, CA

#12 Dec 24, 2010
On the way to bankruptcy ? Hello ? we are already there ladies and gentlemen. A blown out of proportion city staff "force" (the more, the merrier ) at $100,000/ year plus benefits a pop ( each new appointed manager on city staff since Uncle Ray "came" to office). That's a lot of explanation to do, don't you think ? Uncle ray, if i was you, i will not spend all at once all that "hardly" earned Seaside's salary. You'll will have a lot of explanation to do, garantee. So, prepare yoour arguments, you'll going to need them.
Anyway, enough of Uncle ray, let celebrate the victory of Felix and refocus on what's important for Seaside. Balancing a budget comes to mind but nobody at the city hall want to hear that. City finances is not about "balancing anymore",it's about the employees benefits and pensions paying paid on time, who cares about your graffitis, your potholes, your kids having no place to go but jail.
Seaside needs a major change. Don't let this city be run by city employees who's cherishing their vision of retirement like no other and at the cost of the citizens of Seaside. For what ? you tell me !
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Salinas, CA

#13 Dec 26, 2010
One thing is for sure - even if this silly idea takesa root, Corpuz won't be around to see it.

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