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Hockey idea

February 5, 2013

With the demise of the hockey team and the seeming end to Airmen Pond why doesn't the city recycle the Memorial Pool complex....

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JosephOtto

Feb-05-13 5:13 AM

How about laying down all that proposed asphalt on Third St. and Arch St. so I don't have to replace my shocks every 10,000 miles.

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metalhead

Feb-05-13 6:39 AM

Whatever happend to the ice-skating rink on Penn street?

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MrShaman

Feb-05-13 8:17 AM

"Whatever happend to the ice-skating rink on Penn street?" - metalhead

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Global Warming.

When was the last time (except, recently) you can remember temperatures low-enough, for long-enough, to maintain regular skating-conditions (at The Armory)...like we had during the '60s & '70s???

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andy33

Feb-05-13 8:59 AM

I remember skating at Penn St. along with the tennis courts on Fourth St. I think filling the pool and making an 'all purpose' surface for flooding and other activities is a great idea....and a low cost idea too. I must also agree with the comment concerning the street conditions.....bump....bump....bump!!!!

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eric88

Feb-05-13 9:25 AM

Hey sham, maybe we can invest in some Al Gore carbon credits. According to air head libs taxation lowers sea levels and temps. blowhard leftists insist that is the absolute cure for "global warming".

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garder54

Feb-05-13 1:11 PM

If it stayed below 32 for a long enough time flooding a pool might make sense. It rarely stays cold enough anymore though.

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slickthedryfly

Feb-05-13 9:45 PM

Sell the property.

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MrShaman

Feb-06-13 9:50 AM

"If it stayed below 32 for a long enough time flooding a pool might make sense. It rarely stays cold enough anymore though." - garder54

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Ya' might want to clue-in lil' eric88 to that factoid.

He's (obviously) much-too-young to have as lengthy a point-of-reference, as yourself.

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MimLogue

Feb-09-13 9:02 AM

bunch of sad comments We put up with the dangerous Lonza chlorine plant?? cant they donate the chlorine? Have a fundraiser to repair the liner, People would donate.The city owns the water authority so Water could be free. How much could liability insurance be??, the youth from this town need a pool and more walk to soccer & sports fields

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