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"reagan stadium" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

17:15 min | 9 months ago

"reagan stadium" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"When we're not running and the property will be enforced news during the year and they'll be development parcel surrounding the property attracted to delve enforcers they don't make empire property multi it's a very sophisticated very forward thinking and very interesting designed and tremendously excited about it will Rodwell what will happen is there will be authority created Strana are going to donate the land to authority they're going to give up all rights to it we're only won't be lease back the property for the period of the preakness meet war if this is successful afor me that will be stable us there to support the preakness meet people train on the track track was going to be rotated thirty degrees out and work development on the property the configuration will stay relatively the same and destroy next release the property for the period of the free Miss Meat and then give the property back to the authority it's a very Chris what the orioles camden yards it's the modern way of doing things and then they don't have the year year round expense with no income of trying to maintain as humid property one of the one of the real the clever aspects at I surprised that it hadn't come up the for these negotiations was the realization that there was the potential to rework the monies that trickle in from the gaming aspect and everybody always was saying during even during the stadium development plan that had you know expenses from two hundred four hundred fifty million as potential you know as a potential cost for for these for this project at no point Allen had anybody said you know why don't we restructure the the gaming bill and the gaming legend flation and will use that as as the as basically the note as the as the money that can underwrite all this well the stadium with authority had been charged with the responsibility of trying to figure out what to deal with Szymiko property and so they did it changes in the second phase they came back with this design with the development parcel so we have it and estimated the cost well in excess four hundred million dollars the temperature property no we're not charged you do the financing how you're GonNa pay for it and otherwise that was sixty four thousand dollar question is okay we've done a four hundred million dollars facility so Macau what does that mean and oh by the way Harry GonNa pay for that part of the problem is that whenever you do a macos particularly if you're not going to allow training you're not gonNA have year round wasting time ago is that is a richocheting effect on the rest of the industry so what are you going to do about this sustainability is the racing industry which paramount my view. If that's what you're GonNa do with McCoy what are you GonNa do at Laurel what about building and so when we he entered these discussions we tried to figure out without asking taxpayers to contribute one dollar how much money could we put into it this project realistically and starting from that point and building back what could we do at Pimlico and then we'll you looked at Laurel interestingly the Laura clubhouse which has had some really beautiful work done is basically in the same condition as chemical just doesn't get the attention no infrastructure building is falling apart systems have to be completely replaced you can go on and on and on and the cost to do that was almost as much as redoing Tomoko so it didn't work and so what we figured was yeah we're GONNA have to work with industry money to do this and the obviously the plan is to through the Maryland Stadium Authority which is international reputation. Don't Camden yards built Reagan Stadium there are probably the best in the business if we could excite the Maryland Stadium Authority to join us in this plan and help us to get it done on that through the Authority could sell municipal bonds thirty year bonds and when we modeled what it would cost to do so and the interest rates at a very favorable time in the markets we've figured out how much we could afford to do and then plugged in the racing monies that we we get from the video lottery system redevelopment money that goes to the racetrack and money go into the purse dedication account which by the way can only be used for persons right now could we take a portion of that money and the redevelopment money and pay the debt service on the bonds we needed farmers city they have skin on the game so they're they're paying for the cost of infrastructure and property related matters we need the same thing Orange County and we've got them listen costs there is a state fund has money in it that is used exclusively to tear down old buildings we built that into the project and took it out because there's no guarantee we would get that money but we'll we'll go after that that's you know we may be able to get a ten million dollars out of that one that will help to do this but but make no mistake about it the bonds are going to be paid for by the debt service I if this passes five million dollars a year from the worst men's purse dedicated account and that's GonNa require legislative change the redevelopment referal money they call it the tracks get for tackle improvements eight and a half million dollars a year would be dedicated out for thirty years and and that gets it done absolutely gets it done and interested in the room we went to Laurel and what to do with moral we realized Laura leads to get scraped the Baxter which needs to get scraped because it infrastructures failing the backstretch and because we need a training track the original design that they had in mind opinion work and so we moved to different portions of property and said you know what we've got this beautiful dirt surface turf course big enough don't we why don't we put it to pita course in and and put it right in between the courses the turquoise so we have three tracks that can train on them you build a tunnel also we avoid you know problems with access and we have three state of the art facilities that allows laurel run on a year round thing when are greater of course is threatened by whether we can go onto the surface in the winter we have the ability to use the surplus it's from a safety on welfare standpoint for the worst it's great for training it's great for racing and we end up with at the end of the day with new housing for the back stretch the finest racing so in the country so really it's a two for with with a financing plan that we have had vetted by experts and then we asked the state the majority but look at this deal imported they give us paying for about a month but they came back and said you can do this so we know this is not just numbers throwing up four this is not some wish list of things to do we know this works Allahdad is obviously tons more to discuss and I want to hear from other from some of the other elements that not today but certainly anxious I I to me it's so exciting I look at who was involved here you know those that presented the pact edge to governor Hogan and the legislature I suppose one follow up question in terms of Annapolis board is there anything that could derail this or or maybe you know throw a wrench in the works well the two things number one in order were that tracks redevelopment on each come to this project because it requires that that money would be available for thirty years currently the tracks get that money and it comes out of the casino revenues for a period of sixteen years from the date that casino open so it would require in the change in the law and extension of the REP for money for thirty years for each locations we know that at least one of the casinos oh operators is is opposed to this plan and it's probably going to do what he can to see but it doesn't happen so that's GonNa be one obstacle the second go I'm I'm more comfortable today than I thought I would be about it is that we had was a commission was created in Maryland lashed actually working for a couple of years called the Corwin Commission but it's been working at the funding that the state provides education in the State Maryland has one of the lowest Funding mechanisms for education in the country and they came back with a wildly ambitious plans were money that we go into the education system on after the acrimonious session that we had were racing last year our money was targeted and they're looking for money from every possible as they can to fund Kirwin and the racetrack redevelopment money was at the top of the list on shore a purse dedication account was in there and so it's conceivable that the legislature could say a racing great idea but we need that money for education if they do that if this camp sales then all bets are off and Alan Ripka and said I would say the same thing we don't have a crystal for the future but I would not be very optimistic about the future of the preakness I would not be very often mystic abduct Kemoko and I think that it would be a what is a fabulous win win for everybody here could end up being admitted parties involved and and certainly the people that signed on a you know think you don't get the impression would have the things they've had to say if they hadn't flation for so many parts of Authorising Vons authorizing the Stadium Authority oversee this project taking five million dollars a year from the first dedication account extending the region belt money so I mean there's a whole laundry list of things to be done we're already drafting bill but we've already the county executives the Baltimore City delegation the delegations are all now starting to weigh in you know we need approval the legislature if they approve this you know it's all guns blazing where we're going forward and we're going to move very quickly the governor's noncommittal but I I understand that in the political world and it it I think he'll be comfortable with it and I think that we'll be fine but right now that responsibility rests with the General Assembly and that's where we're pitching all right now we've got the best lobbying team Dream Team and right now I mean there's such excitement that it's hard to imagine we kick it it done but the euphoria will wear off and we'll get real about this and then we'll work through the landmines well I will tell you I think this is going to get done at that sense and I couldn't wait to talk about it I've I've said so often particularly during the week I get to spend at go how important it was and what it could mean to help the the neighborhood didn't and to basically be a an economic engine and and momentum engine people if there's this kind of movement and and this kind of an effort it there's a tremendous trickled down at it the raises all boats brings further investment in you know into really a you know Bulgaria that you know that could only that can only benefit and only go in in a in a positive direction and I'm anxious to hear from the park heights community as well and and if people there have got to be excited you know between between this and and you know the ongoing growth of the house title there there's things for people to you know to latch onto and then there's so much so much the FBI excited about and and obviously as you say for the industry and for Maryland racing and racing enlarge Allen in addition to this I know you've gotta leave for WBAL and for talk show but we we do want update everybody on the mid Atlantic coalition and Wednesday's meeting at at Dell Park that Advances the the winter meetings initiatives toward reducing fatalities to the greatest extent possible. Well Stephen as you know we implemented a mid Atlantic strategically Dan that we've been quite frankly implementing parts of of working on for a couple of years we formerly implemented the plan in March and the meeting on twos ah last week was to see where everybody is we had done what's called a gap analysis we add up twenty seven point worksheet for everyone to work from built into the plant to see who's doing what where we need to improve and what our next steps should be more than sixty tracks organizations that Marion's regulators all the stakeholders in the room and it was a work session and we spent tremendous time going through the DOPP analysis we the we're talking about next steps we are we are laser focused on the safety and welfare of our horses this is just not and and we're going to be a model for the rest of the industry on how we can do everything humanly possible to make our services are racing safer for equine athletes and this is all evidence based work this is not hyperbole it's not conjecture it's real time et Cetera.

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"reagan stadium" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"reagan stadium" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I hope is flamboyantly discrediting, not just his own administration, but the age of capital that we've been living in for forty years, because because he is he's actually discrediting every thesis of this stadium that were in the idea that business people have somehow smarter than everybody else, in no more about whatever they want to know about the idea that make money on a social network. Makes you educated about schools, and how schools should be, you know, the idea that people who caused problems are the leading experts at solving them, the idea that you should just make as much money as possible over here. And then with blood money of it, he'll the problems that you cut. He embodies all of these things, but he didn't create all of these things and what I hope is happening at one of those stadium building moments where the next president, if we choose wisely. Is not a democratic president from my point of view within the Reagan stadium. But a stadium. Who is creating the next forty years of our reality. And I think the challenge the challenge for the Democrats. Is to be a Democratic Party instead of a Republican party. Can see the we saw in two thousand sixteen the rift between the corporate Democrats. The Wall Street Democrats corporate Democrats on one side, and in two thousand sixteen it was the Bernie Democrats. I really gonna do okay. In berkeley. I really hope that this time around the Democrats. Learn that the corporate Democrats Wall Street Democrats are not going to get the turnout. We need to take back the White House. Corollary to that, that I think there's this. There's this idea that I hear said so often on the democratic side. But I think the Republicans are actually much smarter on, which is, I think a lot of Democrats say the closer, you are to the center of the more addressable votes. There are. But I you know, if the Republicans under that was true, Jeb Bush president right, sometimes the pure more authentic. Exciting distilled version of an idea actually is more exciting to more people than the watered-down diluted, semi compromised version of an idea when when Democrats talk about healthcare and said, okay, so we should eight things. Got the block grants, which with is a inspires no one. Maybe closer to the other side, it may be closer to the center, but it stars. No one's heart. Right. Saying healthcare should be a thing that is provided by the government that you never have to think about again for the rest of your life is a further left position. But it's also an easy to remember in firing emotionally galvanized galvanizing idea. The regular people can understand. I think we gotta get over this idea that closer to the centre means more people, it's not always the case. It's pure people. There are fewer people in the center today and interestingly at the so-called left and again, I want to go back to what I said before. Most people are over there at the so-called left and even an a lot of people in the so-called, right? They really do have some ideals about getting for example, big money out of politics. I had a before. I. My last book I was out in the midwest. Before two thousand sixteen. I was doing research and asking people who they were thinking about voting for those in two thousand fifteen and I kept on getting back..

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"reagan stadium" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"reagan stadium" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Deal that also Vic, serenely popular or Medicare for all or raising taxes on wealthy. We're told over and over again that these are radical that these are lefty ideas, a majority of Americans want these things. How can they be left when they are supported by majority, and I think this is really important. The reason the reason that they are considered extreme is not because they are on the left or supported by majority of the reason are considered extreme is because they threaten wealth and power in America. And to the people who are controlling many of the levers of power. The middle. What is the center has halfway between where most people are and where the power is? That's the center to them. So we shouldn't fall for them. So I hope we get a chance to talk. Pause on globalization politics. So this is not the first time we've been in this position you pointed out that the gilded age in the after the civil war period, right before the depression, we had extreme inequality of wealth, and income and corruption business corruption interceding in government. We reform we go back to it. What is the problem, why can't we stick FDR's reforms were undone in a matter of fifty years? How does politics be part of the solution? Not part of the problem. Well, I think we've got to organize mobilize and take back our government. A panel on wealth and inequality, Robert Reich, author of the book, the common good ad non-jury Arana's, his book winners. Call moderator is the co founder of the beneficial state Bank cat. And what can be learned from the movements that have tried to do that, specifically occupy. And now how can we get broad education about the issues of our day as sense of economic plan, starting with the green new deal and turn out? That would take back our government. We'll turn out is the key. I think the one perhaps positive legacy of these Trump. Catastrophic years is that it has inspired a lot of grassroots activity people are getting in politics who never got in politics before people are understanding can't take for granted. Many institutions are democracy, they have to fight for them. And we've got a fight for. A system that actually is responsive to most people, and that is something that a lot of people around the country are starting to say we do have to fight for things. We used to take for granted we do have to fight for our democracy. Well, thank goodness. My, my way of answering that same thing is, is to offer you my stadium theory of, of history, which is that I think if you look at different eras of American issue the gilded age. We're in now that years after the are. You get president, you get leaders because of a moment, who actually build an ideological stadium that outlasts them. FDR built one. Reagan built one and what the stadium is kind of boundary of conversation with in which everybody operates. And there's a left side of the field in the stadium and there's a right side of the field, but they're all playing within stadium and so between the thirties, and the late seventies, everybody was playing FDR's stadium. Which is how Nixon could create the EPA in, which is how is our tolerate high tax rates? And Reagan built a new stadium. That was free market, fundamentalism governments, bad businesses great. And I think everybody after Reagan and I think we're still in Reagan stadium, and it's comfortable to say that the Clinton people don't love that necessarily in the Obama, people might be offended by that. But I think they were all in many ways, many of the arguments, that you were involved in and lost to people who were investment bankers, you to argue with. Were Democrats trying to figure out how to live in Reagan stadium. And what makes me hopeful about right now? Is the people who are as people have Donald Trump's, I q level often have unintended legacies that exceed their intended legacies. And I think what he is doing..

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"reagan stadium" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"reagan stadium" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"I was known in Maryland. And I lived there eighteen years. I saw when they came into. We took the steamboat over. The Reagan stadium which I saw. Oh. The ravens got hooked on defense. You only brought in Ray Lewis on it products milk path defensive type players powered up the defense. And then all of a sudden he kept semester off central well within the learn when were for those Super Bowl run that when their power the power offense of quarterback was I think it was tests avert or someone like that. It was a high powered offense. He went out then they brought insurance Bill for people do not like they will just by pick. And so for Trent proved themselves. See here's the thing about Trento for it. I watch these games in person home. I was watching him pretty closely. Duper was getting a feeding. I I saw him with the Steelers were these teams were you just got plummeted. But here's the thing about Trento for he kept giving up. He kept. He was a fighter. He was a tough guy. And then, you know, the defense were so overpowering, obviously when tops of all teams, that's debatable. However, you know, we're proves to me was do ability and the quarterback position is critical. When you a top defensive team, they get a quarterback that can take a head you up in in today's game with the speed, and what's going on with all these schemes on defense. These quarterbacks have to be in -ticipant in some levels injuries throughout the season. So he plays a pay. Roll my opinion in buffalo is this. So you quarterback just came in. He's a tough guy if he can take some hits, I think they'll be good. I mean, obviously playoffs may not be in the picture. But there's something to learn there and a high-powered defenses. They need durable. Offense of players that that. You know, they don't they don't get injured walk off. Then this team hasn't had a lot of injuries this year that they've been one of the least injured teams in the league. Buffalo. Yes. Yeah. Well, keep in mind. I'm just talking from Durance. Okay. Because I know that but I'm saying, I know, but they haven't been injured. So I don't know what the references here. I think Josh being injured was injured. Yeah. I know. But I mean as a whole the offense has been pretty healthy. Yes. Josh Allen got hurt. He missed some games. I get it. Okay. Well, that's my point. And I'm just using it as a reference if I was a ravens head coach from GM. I'd be looking at those ravens films to see how they pastured themselves on their offense aside because they didn't have to kill. Okay. Okay. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. You're talking about something happened like twenty years ago. The game is way different. Now. I'm sorry. I don't that. Doesn't mean anything to me? I I appreciate your response. But I think I'm right on this one. Okay. Well, I don't think you're right on that eight three zero five fifty eight eight eight five fifty to five fifty got to get to the focus on the next game. Sorry, I'm sorry. You can't I don't I don't respect any points that are made about what happened in this league in nineteen ninety nine or two thousand and one what a different game it is. Just is. I mean, do you not watch football and see how this game has changed? And all the injury thing. I just I get confused on that. I don't know. I don't know what you're trying to say the ability. Yes, I know you gotta be you. Gotta be durable. Yup. Okay. Great. Thanks. All right. Let's go to the extra point from the sidelines. Brought to you by Catholic health quality care that keeps you in the game the right way to care. You know what I noticed yesterday? Pregame warmups shopping. It was out there early. He was down on the field early. He was watching his young guys maybe more watching Matt Barkley. Don't usually see now, maybe I don't notice as much or he blends in a little bit more, and he has been out there a little bit more often earlier than not, but he was down there a little early yesterday. And I wonder he wanted to get a little feel for how is young guys kind of warming up what they were doing out. There is newer guys putting Levi Wallis Isiah McKenzie. Matt Barkley comes in. Why it tell her just something I noticed from the sidelines yesterday before the game? That's your.

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"reagan stadium" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"reagan stadium" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Shows you get up reagan stadium to dr k tickets at much much two that shelter smack in houston the good news is steven tara was walk up the field on to feed was not taken off but taken to the locker alirza starters for kansas city brought to you by certified hereford beef excellent built by tradition eric fisher left tackle brian what's when the left guard mentioned camera irving third nfl starter right guard as fulton as the center the right tackle mitchell ford's handoff karim on i first down goes lacked and across the 25 bursa near a first down and a gain of nine yards to his own 28 yard line but a lot of scrimmage being his own night tank tackled by dylann coal at a springfield missouri what the logo in rodgers will high school on the east side is springfield play for the logan rodgers will wildcats next the tackle four the taxes quarterback is alex smith the leading quarterback right now in the nfl and quarterback passer raided she shove a couple tied end so the right dimitrius harris over there along with kelsea now traps emotion rightside ross perot this also the rug and i second a short hurry not rex one tackle drives four to get a first dan engaged two yards just needed one as the texans get five different people to the football but first contact not enough to bring him down in the chase get a first at mitchell like those first to play calls and here's why the fact is you're running away from kamina irving over on the right side and you're establishing the run also you're letting him come off and be aggressive but beyond the back side and you can get his feet wet a little bit and you're bind wits by present out exactly will she'll let it already last nickel person turn chiefs at their own thirty just run away or unusual they will run out right side and it goes to curry high nothing doing this time gains a yard shot back sat cunningham a pass defender that are under offender another good member that two thousand seventeen the draft class at a vanderbilt was therefore houston mitchell's horse right they're just got beat the inside a little bit didn't quite stay honest man the way he would have liked the.

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