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    Quote Originally Posted by meistro View Post
    After today's announcement of Clabber Girl being sold, people need to think twice about criticizing Greg Gibson. He's one of the few people in this town with money, willing to spend it to better the community. If he makes money along the way, more power to him. I appreciate all the Hulman family has done for Terre Haute, but they've dropped this town like a hot rock. It's their money and their business, but I hate to see them sell out.
    Putting everyone with an agenda for no good reason on notice.

    Every single real estate, business asset and human capital asset that Hulman & Co. owned even the personal care taker and friend (my aunt) of the late Mary Hulman George - good riddance!

    People worried about Gibson and his convention center and Gibson and his casino. He coulda just stayed in the trash business and out of all this drama - trying to make TH a better place to live all while making a buck or three for himself in the process. Good for him - thanks for trying!
    Roll Timber!

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    I rarely get to TH anymore, excluding Roselawn to place flowers on my family grave site. Didn't Gibson purchase the Forest Park multiple land tracts bordering Markle Mill Dam in NTH? Any idea what his plans are? If he's planning on developing an upscale housing project, I sure wish he'd sprinkle a little influence around NTH, which has become the "ghetto" of Vigo Co. The Otter Creek basin still periodically floods, which is why a new $1.5m firehouse was built 1/2 mile north of the old one (formerly located across the street from the dilapidated HS built in 1917 & still standing). Until Otter Creek develops a FLOOD CONTROL/CONSERVATION DISTRICT (which was closely defeated in '72 by mostly Clay County landowners), you won't see much activity as far as re-investments in that area, thanks to the ever-present threat of O.C. floodwaters.
    Last edited by Buckhorn; 05-16-2019 at 07:55 PM.



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