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Armory on display: City officials get a glimpse

March 23, 2013

Marietta development director Andy Coleman admits he struggled at times to envision the future of the former National Guard Armory on Front Street that so many supporters saw....

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Tessie

Mar-23-13 10:30 AM

Can't tell you how many times I've heard Joe Matthews and Jonathan Hupp berate the people working on the Armory project, and the project itself. Now that those who have given their blood, sweat, and tears into restoring the armory, Matthews and Hupp want to insert themselves as stars and heroes. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, both have tried to prevent the success of the project.

Mr. Coleman seems like he has the potential to be an asset to the city, if he can get out from under the two jokers mentioned above.

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BeRight

Mar-23-13 11:41 AM

Thank god you caught that Tessie, No one else would have figured this out. LOL.

Keep up with those Insightful observations.

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DevilsAdvocate

Mar-23-13 8:19 PM

Tessie = Harry Reid!

Typical left Tessie fashion, never engage on principal or merit. Just lie, spew, lie, exagerate, lie, mis-inform and lie some more. Way to go Tessie. I guess having promise in you earlier this year was a reach. I thought that you broke from the tentacles of your evil belief system. I know, slightly naive of me. Too bad you fell back in the bottle of koolaid.

Oh by the way; how many times? Please humor us with an honest response, LOL!

I know, you need to go to the library for a book callled, 'Webster' Get back with us in an eon

Firedup, I'm with you. Can't wait to see what it is turned into after this facelift. Whatever the City decides, just do it after lots of proven fact & support. We can't afford to be mired in something like a failed business plan.

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Tessie

Mar-24-13 2:37 PM

Fired up, I'm very in favor of the Armory Project and have supported it all the way, even with money when I still had some extra. My beef isn't with the companies doing the fantastic job that they're doing. It's about the administration.

DA, when Joe-Batman and Jonathan-Robin speak where the public may hear them they often support certain projects within the City, but when they think everyone is in agreement with their agendas they berate the people doing the projects as well as say they will do whatever they can to make sure it isn't successful. You know it and I know it.

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BeRight

Mar-24-13 5:23 PM

One the Armory is completed, what will it be used for? And buy the way, those public restrooms we are so excited to have? The will be locked up with the rest of the building at the close of business every day.

Don’t expect to P after hours.

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BeRight

Mar-24-13 5:24 PM

sorry for the typo's: One the Armory is completed, what will it be used for? And by the way, those public restrooms we are so excited to have? They will be locked up with the rest of the building at the close of business every day. Don’t expect to P after hours.

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DevilsAdvocate

Mar-24-13 6:50 PM

Tessie, That is funny! Too funny

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