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11-06-2012, 09:53 PM
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The Sherwood versus Douglas race is also important. Sherwood is your man if you want the Coyotes in Glendale. Douglas is the woman for you if you want the Yotes outta town for good. That race is a dead heat, at the moment.

Clark who would help the Coyotes stay in Glendale is currently trailing Shavira who would not help the Coyotes stay in Glendale.

The moat important component, though, is prop 457. No on 457 helps the Coyotes stay put. Yes basically runs them out of town on a rail. Right now NO is way ahead. Good news for folks who want the Coyotes to stay.
" No" has won - the margin is too large. The money will be there for the AMF.

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Hmmm......but would the tax increase go ahead with the new people elected?

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11-06-2012, 09:55 PM
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The Sherwood versus Douglas race is also important. Sherwood is your man if you want the Coyotes in Glendale. Douglas is the woman for you if you want the Yotes outta town for good. That race is a dead heat, at the moment.
That's good to know, I will start adding the race with the updates.

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Hmmm......but would the tax increase go ahead with the new people elected?
Yes it will.

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" No" has won - the margin is too large. The money will be there for the AMF.

How much money will there be for AMF.

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Yes it will.

Will that money just be for the Coyotes or will it go to police, fire etc etc.

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How much money will there be for AMF.
Everything thing GJ and the JSG need for the next 5 years. After that who knows.

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Major - Where do Weiers/Cruz and Sherwood/Douglas stand on the Jamison lease?
Cruz and Weiers are both pro keeping the Coyotes, yet not with subsidies. IIRC, both wanted Arena Managment RFP's, Weiers even wants to scrap the Glendale Suite at Jobing. If of the two a no-deal had any legs it would be Weiers as he said that keeping the Coyotes without "as much" money as is being offered, whereas Cruz already feels a deal would still get crammed through (capitulating already?)

Weiers has Scruggs' support and the Governor's

(Frate's seat) Sherwood supports AMF (how much is still to be determined), Douglas vehemently opposes AMF and keeping the tax increase.

Chavira wants the team to stay, only if done right. Think he said current AMF proposal is too much. Also said that if they left he's confident they can find another anchor tenant

(Lieberman's seat - Cactus Dist) - Both are against deal, tax increase

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Yes it will.
So the tax increase does not get voted on by the new councilmen and women?

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Will that money just be for the Coyotes or will it go to police, fire etc etc.
It should provide $20-$25 million a year. Once GJ and the JSG are paid their pound of flesh the COG can divert some funds to police and fire.

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So the tax increase does not get voted on by the new councilmen and women?
No, council has already approved the tax increase.

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So they voted in people who don;t really like the AMF deal, but voted for the tax increase that supports the current AMF deal?

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It should provide $20-$25 million a year. Once GJ and the JSG are paid their pound of flesh the COG can divert some funds to police and fire.
Or they could tell Gary and Greg to go to hell and use all of it for really essential service life polices and fire fighters!

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So they voted in people who don;t really like the AMF deal, but voted for the tax increase that supports the current AMF deal?

Just came to ask this, what if the new elected people say **** off to Jamison and the AMF.

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So they voted in people who don;t really like the AMF deal, but voted for the tax increase that supports the current AMF deal?
That has yet to be decided. A 0.7 % tax increase seems good to go and has been collected already for many months.

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So they voted in people who don;t really like the AMF deal, but voted for the tax increase that supports the current AMF deal?
The sales taxes can go to anything the city wants it to go to. The tax was never specifically earmarked for the AMF. You can support the tax and be against using it for the Coyotes.

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It should provide $20-$25 million a year. Once GJ and the JSG are paid their pound of flesh the COG can divert some funds to police and fire.
You really have to wonder about the people who live in Glendale if they did in fact vote to keep a tax increase but of course many of them did vote NO to say no to the tax increase as well.

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Just came to ask this, what if the new elected people say **** off to Jamison and the AMF.
They have exactly 0% say until January 2013.

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You really have to wonder about the people who live in Glendale if they did in fact vote to keep a tax increase but of course many of them did vote NO to say no to the tax increase as well.
English is such a tough language No? Yes?

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You really have to wonder about the people who live in Glendale if they did in fact vote to keep a tax increase but of course many of them did vote NO to say no to the tax increase as well.
Come on, man. Really? Come on.

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11-06-2012, 10:15 PM
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Update!

GLENDALE COUNCILMEMBER - SAHUARO DISTRICT

63% (7 of 11) precincts reporting

- DOUGLAS, DIANE 3307 49.67%

- SHERWOOD, GARY* 3351 50.33%

Razor thin lead for Sherwood...


CITY OF GLENDALE PROPOSITION 457

43% (20 of 46) precincts reporting

- YES 10178 34.44%

- NO* 19376 65.56%

I think it's safe to say that NO can be projected as the winner...


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That has yet to be decided. A 0.7 % tax increase seems good to go and has been collected already for many months.
It also only applies to a select certain sales, does it not? Sales under $5,000 for one. Which makes Sanderson Ford's rabble a bit suspect.

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Update!

GLENDALE COUNCILMEMBER - SAHUARO DISTRICT

63% (7 of 11) precincts reporting

- DOUGLAS, DIANE 3307 49.67%

- SHERWOOD, GARY* 3351 50.33%

Razor thin lead for Sherwood...
Then, of course, we have to account for provisional ballots, no? In a vote that close, they may count.

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It also only applies to a select certain sales, does it not? Sales under $5,000 for one. Which makes Sanderson Ford's rabble a bit suspect.
Yup, that it does.

GJ's purchase of the team willbe taxed.

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Then, of course, we have to account for provisional ballots, no? In a vote that close, they may count.
And a re-count if needed.

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