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Old May 31st, 2014, 03:05 PM
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Interesting, but not unexpected.

I still think if they got their heads out of their a.....s and start developing that area with hotels, shops, and restaurants, they could make it into a wonderful business neighborhood. It would be very inviting to the thousands of cruisers who arrive every day to spend the night before a cruise. If done right, they could make alot more money than they could with a soccer stadium that would only be used occasionally.

JMHO.

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