Tuesday, July 15, 2014

The Score

Posted on Tue, Jul 15, 2014 at 5:22 PM

+3 Rebkee Co. brings back an alternate proposal to build a ballpark on the Boulevard, continuing the long-running stadium debate. So yes, there is something that takes longer to watch than a baseball game.

+1 Brokers put land on Mayo Island up for sale, the T-D reports, noting that a project could take the island to the next level, though there's no city sewer connection in place. Or, two birds with one stone: Has anyone called Guy Fieri about his restaurant expansion?

-2 Richmond police ask for help finding someone who stole $15,000 worth of copper planters from the Jefferson Hotel. The suspect has 20-inch biceps and a very lovely garden.

+2 Summit Media announces that Bill Bevins and Shelly Perkins, a team for 13 years at Lite 98, will launch a morning show on Easy 100.9. So where have they been for the last seven months? Let's just say the Electric Daisy Carnival will never be the same.

+1 City Council members hold their last regular meeting before going on summer break till September. In the meantime, their beach volleyball team will keep them in shape, spiking every ball the mayor sends their way.



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