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11-12-2012, 05:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Killion View Post
... was seriously wondering. Actions speak louder than words. No way no how can you look upon the deal negotiated as being conscionable. I doubt if it even passes muster in terms of the basic tenets of Contract Law.
Exactly right, Killion. The draft lease agreement (June 2012) was tripartite: 1) City of Glendale; 2) Arena Manager and; 3) Team Owner. Now, for all we know, Jamison will represent the Arena Manager and the Team Owner, but it isn't clear what his relationship with the Team Owner is unless and until those arrangements are clarified. Is Glendale really prepared to try to push through this $320 million deal (more than that, if you consider the transfer of arena parking rights) without actually knowing and letting the public know who the "Team Owner" is?

More importantly, why has Jamison been reluctant to provide this information at this late stage, and why have the city officials and supportive council members been afraid to ask?

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