Very different environments.If money wasn an object, my next company would be an NFL or MLB franchise. I want to operate it in the fan friendly way Sporting does so well. If I had to start from the ground up? Probably a VC firm to invest (my theoretically infinite cash) in everyone brilliant ideas..
It’s not anything the league advocates. They want teams to stay where they are.”Unless they can make more money somewhere else.St. Louis had a plan for an open air $1.1 billion stadium along the Mississippi River north of the Gateway Arch to replace the Edward Jones Dome.
House Speaker Joe Straus, a San Antonio Republican who sees the bill as bad for business, hasn’t intervened.Bills not approved by midnight aren’t dead, but need some maneuvering to live on.Top firms and lobbyists have opposed the bathroom bill. Many Hollywood actors and music stars have suggested state boycotts, and the NFL and NBA have warned about canceling future Texas events if it passes.State Rep. Ron Simmons, who has been the issue’s top House champion, said supporters will now look to attach public bathroom restrictions for schools onto education legislation even if wider bans fizzle.”I think the likelihood of something getting passed this session as it relates to schools is pretty good,” said Simmons, a Republican from Carrollton in suburban Dallas.
The case of last year’s Heisman Trophy winner, Jameis Winston, comes to mind. He was accused of sexually assaulting a classmate at Florida State University in 2012, and a local prosecutor declined to pursue charges claiming a lack of evidence. But that lack of evidence may have been due to what critics have suggested was a gross mishandling of the case by Tallahassee police, who reportedly warned the victim that she needed “to think long and hard about proceeding” with the case in a “big football town.” Especially with Winston favored to win the pinnacle college football award and his team on its way to a national title..
These two cities are huge rivals in baseball, but only play each other once every four years in football. In fact, they have only faced off 12 previous times since their first meeting in 1972. In other words, it won’t be that big of a deal to say the Rams still haven’t defeated Cincinnati since 2003.
The Minot Landfill entrance from 20th Street Southwest eventually would be moved to 37th Street Southwest under an expansion plan proposed by the city.Robert Hale, who owns land near the landfill, is hosting a meeting for residents Monday, including those in Elk Meadows and Green Acres, to talk about the proposed landfill creep toward the residential developments. The landfill expansion would touch the corner of property that Hale owns and hopes to eventually develop.LaVerne Mikkelson of rural Minot also has land abutting the proposed expansion. He said the city is opening itself to a lawsuit over the devaluation of neighboring property.