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Download: Music Center Validation Study Report

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Thomas McMasters
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21st August 2013

…e to pay of the Aquatic Center and so it is impossible to make a responsible decision about the new debt for the Music Center.


Specific concerns from the Music Center validation center include an expectation that the city will be able to hold 6 music festivals a year where we sell 30,000, $15,00 tickets.  In the Validation Report it tells us planning for e…

Download: Music Center and Aquatic Center financing projection

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Tom_McMasters
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…ery County TID in 2011 that showed the city would be able to finance the Aquatic Center using TIF funds. 

2.  The report done by city staff that showed the city would be able to finance the new Music Center using TIF funds.


I've just sat down and spent about 30 minutes looking at the reports.  Couple items;
  • it looks like the reason Parcel ID P70 01820 0005 shows $128, 079.21 on page

News: Music Center Updated; Ongoing  first post 9 Jan 2013

Award of the $12 million Building Package Sept 23, 2013

By Tom_McMasters posted October 1st 2013, 4:17 PM
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Council voted to authorize the $12 million contract for the Music Center Building Package on Monday.  To date there has been no public discussion that shows council members have seen or understand the financial impact to the city.  The Music Center…

News: Notes from Administration Committee Meeting 22 Jan 13

I realized the other day that there have been no committee discussions about possibly raising the income tax.  The DDN tells us council was thinking about it. Council would have to vote at a council meeting to do this and it would have to be done prior to Feb 6th if they wanted it to appear on the May ballot.  The only regularly scheduled council meeting before Feb 6th is on Jan 28th.   
 
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News: Music Center

NOTICE:
$18 MIL AMPHITHEATER
Committee Meeting
Tues. Feb. 12, 2013
7:00pm City Hall Taylorsville Rd
 
Please Attend and Educate Yourself!
 

  • How will the noise affect the area?
  • Find out the location of the Music Center.
  • What will it do to traffic?
  • Will it devalue our property?
  • Will our taxes go up?
  • Who’s paying the 18 mil & how will it affect us?
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News: Research for Music Center

Below is the info I have gathered. 

  1.  Amphitheater 101
  2.  List of Contemporary Amphitheaters.
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I started looking through this list and found it difficult, at best, to find the exact same conditions that this city wants.  I asked for info from just those who built their amphitheater with these key components in mind.
  1. Built for economic growth
  2. Location
  3. Population in Urban

News: Music Center no bid and trash hauling Contracts available for review.

Tonight City Council will approve two contracts during the Council Meeting.

The no bid / no solicitation contract between the city and Ken Conaway LLC is available as a read ahead.  The fees involve include a .95% Project Management Fee (expected to total .0095 * $16,500,000 = $156,750) plus a Project Service Fee of $16,466.67 a month in order to gain rights to Mr. Conaway's time for at least…

News: Music Center Cost Analysis

The first analysis of the costs associated with the Music Center Management Agreement can be found in the issues section "The Heights and the Music Center".  My initial calculations using the least costly way to manage the project would have saved the city more than $120,000 per year of the projected $315,000 per year management cost. 


    














When council announced…

News: ACTION ALERT! - Music Center, Tues. May 7- Admin Committee

There will be an Administration Committee Tues, May 7, at 6:00 pm. On the agenda will be the upcoming Music Center. There is a concern that the process to find a contractor to build the music center may follow the same pattern of the Aquatic Center: Project Manager Tim Conaway would talk to two or so companies he thinks may do a good job and have them submit packages to him. He then evaluates them and recommends his pick to the council. Conaway's company apparently would get a percentage of the settled-on price…

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