Another advance is underway in the stadium push—an effort to rewrite the rules. In 2012, when RJR Home Field Advantage first proposed the grandiose stadium plan, WS/FCS vowed it would be built entirely with private dollars. Now 9 years later, almost ALL of the funding has come from public funds. An amended MOU will pave the way for the stadium plans to be approved and construction begun, once again using taxpayer dollars.
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Meet two of our new school board members who are leading on decisions despite a clear conflict of interest. It appears their loyalty to Reynolds…View More Taking Advantage
If you’ve already made a pledge to Home Field Advantage, here are 5 questions you should ask: I made my contribution with the understanding that…View More 5 Questions for HFA