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11-13-2012, 11:57 AM
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Originally Posted by sipowicz View Post
Remember the good ol'days: two weeks not months, a good partner, not too distant future, happy to be here, excited, very excited, care deeply, future bright.....

This came to my mind.

Just two good old boys, never meanin' no harm....

Just two good ol' boys, wouldn't change if they could,
This is a couple days old but Gramps will be ready in two weeks. as long as Skeete plays by his rules.

A reworked $320million deal was presented to the council last month that would lighten the city’s payments in the early years and build in penalties if Jamison doesn’t bring in a minimum number of non-hockey events each year and for each game not played because of a lockout. A labor dispute has thus far halted this year’s NHL season.

Skeete said Jamison conceptually agreed to some of the changes but has since offered alternatives, on which they have not come to an agreement. Skeete said two sticking points are the penalties, but he wouldn’t provide details on the other two.

“We have tried to be helpful,” Jamison said last week in regards to renegotiating the deal that council already had voted on.

He said he was hopeful and expects the reworked deal to go back to council for a vote in two weeks.

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