It had upgrades over the years, but city officials say that now, they putting band aids on band aids to keep it open.The problems seem to never end for Parks Director, Jay Matheny.”Huge cracks here that we wind up having to replace and fill every year,” Matheny said in regards to one area of the pool. “I would say in a week, we lose several thousand gallons of water up here.”Matheny said their problems go beyond the actual pool too.”If they entered through {the bathroom} here, it probably not so bad, they could get a wheelchair through here, but our toilets aren handicap accessible,” Matheny explained.He said those band aids they put on the problems will only last for so long.”Financially, the city is not going to be able to afford some of these repairs,” Matheny said.Though the Health Department has okayed the pool to open up this summer, it could be a temporary opening.”They put us on a provisional opening,” Matheny said. “Barring a catastrophic event, we should be okay this season.”City officials are hoping the solution will come in the form of a multi million dollar water park, which has now received approved funding through taxes.”7.5 million dollars, which is a substantial amount of money, we all agree to that,” Mayor Frank Bigger told Region 8 News.As both half cent sales taxes passed, the 2 percent hamburger tax in Pocahontas will be abolished.”The first half will be to pay down the bond issue, which we estimate will take about 10 years,” Bigger explained.

His two exceptional attributes are his catch radius and his ability to make contested plays. The latter has never been Cam Newton’s style. The Panthers quarterback is at his best when seeing a man open, not when he has to place a ball toward a receiver’s leverage when locked up with a defensive back.

Yet even Katzmann stopped short of acknowledging what really happened here: Goodell simply made things up as he went along. There is evidence that the Wells Report manufactured or twisted facts to make Brady seem guilty. And lately we have evidence that the NFL has suppressed information that might exonerate him.

The circumstances for Jack are understandable. He is coming off a knee injury that required surgery last December. And the recovery from that surgery has been shrouded in questions mostly from anonymous sources. Vernon Madison, 67, had been scheduled to be executed in January, but the court stayed the execution the same day to consider whether to take the case. Supreme Court has said death row prisoners must have understanding that they are about to be executed and why. The state and Madison lawyers have disagreed over whether Madison has adequate understanding of his crime and looming punishment..

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