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You should apologize for ignoring the obvious

The Durham baseball park was built in an area of blighted, rundown warehouses and boarded up buildings. Construction of the ballpark could do nothing but improve property values and serve as a stimulus to renovation and rehabilitation for the surrounding properties.

Why do you keep mixing watermelons and grapes in your comparisons?

I'm pretty familiar with Wilmington; and I was very familiar with the area of Durham which underwent transformation and renovation, beginning with the ballpark. There is no area of Wilmington which corresponds with that area of Durham prior to the rehabilitation.

Remember too, that area has Raleigh, Southern Pines, Greensboro, High Point, and Winston Salem from which it draws its support for the arts.

What does Wilmington have to draw on?

Every time you post, you do nothing but sow misinformation and hurt whatever your cause of the day happens to be.

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