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Old 02-02-2008, 09:28 AM
 
Location: Oklahoma City, OK
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That was at the time construction costs began increasing dramatically and bids came in about 40% or more than expected. So the project scope had to be modified. That happened to a lot of projects about that time.
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Old 02-05-2008, 07:50 PM
 
Location: Oklahoma is where i want to be!
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Moore is a very nice place but VERY! pronned to tornadoes! if your going to live GET A STORM CELLAR!!
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Old 08-25-2008, 08:47 PM
 
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The Warren Theaters will be a huge boost. Coming from Wichita (home of Bill Warren) I have never known life without the luxurious Warren Theaters. Watching a movie there is definitely an experience, and it is worth the higher price (in wichita ticket prices were $9, as opposed to the competitions $7). Just the visual appeal of the architecture of it is definitely something to look at and boost the cities industry (if it can avoid any future tornadoes ). At least in Wichita, it has been anchors for large retail growth, and I would expect the same to happen in Moore.
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Old 12-02-2008, 12:11 PM
 
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Unhappy Town full of traffic

Hi. I have been a resident of Moore for several years now. I love my city. It is full of old town charm with some new attractions that all fill my essential needs. The only complaint I have is about the conditions of the roads and the ever increasing traffic. In the past, traffic has never been an issue but now the traffic is more and more unbearable. In fact, I do not go out during high traffic hours (between 4-6pm) because of the wait time at lights, the amount of cars, and the combination of potholes and bumps on the streets. We recently bought a home in Moore and after two years it seems overcrowded. When talking to neighbors and other town residents, we all agree that all the new construction has hindered the town's ability to keep safe and reliable roads. I think the city of Moore should stop building, for a moment, and work on expanding the lanes of all main roads. I know the new law had passed recently, in hopes to resolve Moore's traffic. However, why increase my property tax;why not take the revenues from the new businesses in Moore and apply that money to the town's streets. Duh?
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