But matches cost money ...
According to today’s Courier-Journal, incremental progress toward Scribner Place construction continues to be made
Scribner Place timetable discussed; Hearing addresses contingency funds, by Ben Zion Hershberg.
Here are excerpts:
Construction on the Scribner Place development in New Albany will begin in late July or early August, city officials said yesterday.
The comments by John Rosenbarger, the director of the city's redevelopment commission, and City Attorney Shane Gibson followed a federally required public hearing yesterday before $12 million to $13 million in bonds can be issued for the development …
… Dave Huckleberry, one of four people who spoke at yesterday's hearing, isn't among those excited about the development.
"A lot of questions were asked that were never answered" about the costs of Scribner Place, he said at the hearing.
He also said he believes the complex "is not going to be equitable" because some people won't be able to afford to use the YMCA.
Wait ... "equitable"?
Thass one-a them $10 p-p-pergessive words, ain’t it?