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Rushed city ice hockey plan gets predictable results

January 27, 2013

So the hockey team in the city folded up at the end of the season, leaving Airmen Pond at Bowman Field empty and $36,000-plus in unpaid utility bills....

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Jan-30-13 12:39 PM

Whose name is the utilities in? I loved the ads they ran on wilq "they are your Williamsport outlaws" the name outlaws sure has come to mean something here lol

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Jan-29-13 4:37 PM

This was rushed through by the administration at city hall. Whatever made them think anyone would want to sit outside in freezing temperatures to watch hockey? Also, the price per ticket started out at $14.00 per ticket, dropped to $10.00, and ended up at $7.00 per ticked. This should have been the first indication that there was a problem. With the state of the current ecomony, public officials need to scrutinize every purchase that it made and justify cost to the taxpayers. Sure hope the taxpayers of Williamsport don't get stuck with this utility bill.

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Jan-27-13 4:41 PM

sorry should say interesting.

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Jan-27-13 4:40 PM

I wonder if I could go 3 months without paying my utility bills, interest.

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Jan-27-13 8:09 AM

That contract should have contained a bond to cover unpaid have people in that administration that know about bonding...where were they when this was going down?!?!

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