the clean up costs are built into the $6 million purchase price.
BUT, Mr. Watson "...admits there are no certainties that it will be enough to cover all costs.
That sure is encouraging. And certainly misleading.
That's even worse than the local Mercedes Benz dealership advertising all vehicles today are $1. And then when you arrive, you find out there are charges for doors, tires, engines, and transmissions.
At the dealership you can walk away. With this city council led crew, the City Property tax payers can not walk away if the referendum somehow passes.
We built the cost of remediation in; but it may not be sufficient.
There's a better way.
Vote NO on the referendum.
And then allow the Ripken Group to continue its discussion with the County and build across the river.
What's the problem with this? Mandalanta can still operate a minor league franchise in the greater Wilmington market.
Perhaps one day the real reason will come out as to why Dukie & MrT are so insistent on cramming that over priced, contaminated river front acreage down the City's property tax payers throats.
Ah well, Dante's inferno awaits some.
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