Dillie mansion's fate rests on outcome of two court decisions
The future of the Dille property, slated for a multimillion dollar development complex, will depend on the outcome of two pending court cases and a decision to save or raze its once stately mansion.
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#1 Jun 6, 2010
Just one woman's thinking outside the box to rally a community into saving a piece of history and the trees that surround it for a worthy purpose that will give back to our communities for generations to come....food for thought!
#2 Jun 29, 2010
Our US national debt is $12.9 trillion; $41,898 per citizen. Add in the unfunded liability of Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security and we have another $108.5 trillion equaling $353,110 per citizen. That means each and every citizen of the United States owes our country about $395,000. Per George Will, the USA will borrow 42% of every dollar spent in 2011 and is now borrowing money to rescue Greece from the consequences of their borrowing. Isnt that what Centerville is doing with the Dille Project (Corners of Centerville)? Seems to me there is a plethora of vacant undeveloped land south and west of Centerville; "fountains and fire plugs". Why are you/we barrowing money; TIF; for a new development when we have vacant commercial real estate throughout our community including a soon to be vacant Kroger store?
#3 Jun 28, 2013
Racist Leon Harrison loves infant cock.
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