Carmel In. PALLADIUM's final cost $40...

Carmel In. PALLADIUM's final cost $400,000,000

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“We're all Bozos on this bus”

Since: Jan 07

South Bend, IN

#4 Aug 16, 2010
Congratulations - you almost made it to the Lucas Oil Stadium level of boondoggleness.
Concerned Carmelite

Milliken, CO

#6 Jan 16, 2011
It's NOT over yet!!

Appleton, WI

#7 Jan 16, 2011
The year is 2011. Spending money in that large amount is beyond words.
Concerned Carmelite

Milliken, CO

#8 Jan 17, 2011
To: "Reserved": You said it Bro/Sister!!

Carmel Indiana is all but BROKE; B R O K E!!

It will cost on the opening night of the PALLADIUM
$2,000 for each TICKET, and that's per PERSON;
adult or child!!

NO CONTROLS on Public Spending by the
city-government of Carmel Indiana,
so the Carmel public debt is already SOARING
out control: Would you believe $1,000,000,000
on the whole for a town of less than 73,000
persons--and declining!!
This figures in the FORCED ANNEXATION

"mayor" Brainard of Carmel Indiana, claims
Carmel Indiana's population is now "nearly
96,000 persons". This is another Brainard
It belongs in Fantasyland, in Disney World!!

Taxes in Carmel Indiana are too low, and
city-governmental spending is too high!!

This is 2011!!
In 2061, Carmel Indiana will still be paying
for BRAINARD'S FOLLY; the Carmel Indiana

And so it GROWS, and GROWS, and GROWS!!
Clear Justice

Appleton, WI

#9 Jan 17, 2011
Do not worry. I think it would be a better Monster Truck exhibit in a few years. Fun for all, instead of just the rich. I thought at least they would allow the normal people to ride the bikes on the mound of dirt next to the entire new structures.
Bike racing would have been fun, for the kids.
How many people will buy tickets? They will have to turn into a circus to make money in ten years. I am not being negative but wise in my words. Sorry.
Clear Justice

Appleton, WI

#10 Jan 17, 2011
To tell you honestly. Spending money in a depression like this country is having is sometimes, smart.
The Mayor is creating jobs for people by spending money. It is also good for business in banking etc..
The city yes will have to pay for it, in 2061. But it can go bankrupt also. If they would have asked me I would rather have a Monster Truck stadium, with Wrestlers and Boxing matches. Entertainment that is fun to watch. I loved Roller Derby as a teenager. Singing I can get at church for free. Thanks anyway for spending all our tax money.
Concerned Carmelite

Milliken, CO

#11 Jan 17, 2011
AMEN, "Clear Justice", AMEN and AMEN!!


Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#12 Jan 17, 2011
Monster trucks??? Why would you say that when you can enjoy Neil Sadaka???

“We're all Bozos on this bus”

Since: Jan 07

South Bend, IN

#13 Jan 17, 2011
toad5251 wrote:
Monster trucks??? Why would you say that when you can enjoy Neil Sadaka???
And a pompous 'artistic director?'

Freetown, IN

#14 Jan 17, 2011
Some say The Palladium will rank among the world’s greatest music venues, rivaling those in Vienna, Amsterdam, Boston and New York City. No matter how highly Carmel may think of itself,it's still a limp dick compared to the aforementioned cities.
Clear Justice

Appleton, WI

#15 Jan 18, 2011
Stop spending the taxes payers money. So they can afford the gas, to buy a CD at Walmart. And vacation in Boston.

I like Un Clem Pompous 'artistic director.' I think they are paying him $500,000. What the heck were they thinking?
The Factor

Carmel, IN

#21 Apr 7, 2012
Carmel Palladium's final COSTS--$545,000,000--

Carmel, IN

#22 Jun 13, 2012
Carmel Indiana, and the Palladium, ARE BOTH BROKE!

Indianapolis, IN

#23 Jun 14, 2012
Love Carmel! It's beautiful and we just hope the Indy trash doesnt migrate any further north!
Carmel Golfer

Carmel, IN

#24 Jun 17, 2012

Indianapolis, IN

#25 Jun 17, 2012
Carmel Golfer wrote:
I doubt that
Fishers Golfer

Carmel, IN

#26 Jun 20, 2012
Carmel indiana's city-government is BROKE!

Helen Sanchez

Carmel, IN

#27 Jun 20, 2012
The sad thing is that only the rich carmel folk can afford the price of the tickets there. When Clay Akin is the biggest star they can get, they are in trouble.

i was told that they have to pay 30% more for acts than other venues.Then they can get only C acts.

I can see a big tax increase communing soon

Carmel, IN

#28 Jun 20, 2012
over $2,587,000,000.

Yet, Brainard refuses to STOP SPENDING
or RAISE taxes.

Helen--the Carmel Indiana "house of cards"
is starting to CRUMBLE!!

Great article by you!!

VIVA Helen Sanchez, siempre Amiga.

Carmel, IN

#29 Oct 6, 2013
omg toooooons of MONEY!!!!!!!!!!

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