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SPAC should treat patrons like NYRA SPAC is still suffering from years of mismanagement by Herb Chesbrough and his complacent board. We are grateful he is gone, but the new board seems to be performing questionably. Customer service at SPAC has been suffering for years and it continues to take a back seat to budgeting. We loyal SPAC friends and families have become inured to the lack of customer service from Live Nation, Aramack concessions, ...


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JIMOCONNOR
August 4, 2014
9:03 a.m.

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Al,

Have you read the crap they waste space on in your 12309

wmarincic
August 4, 2014
2:36 p.m.

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Al Smith, the only positive about this administration is that the Supreme Court ruled unanimously thirteen times that Obama overstepped his authority unconstitutionally.....According to polls, 71% of people regret voting for Obama....

schdypete
August 6, 2014
4:53 p.m.

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wmarcinic,
Maybe you missed the point. Some of us Gazette readers want truthful and (somewhat) unbiased news reported, regardless of political preference. Though your statistic has no source or basis, maybe off the top of your head, please remember that not everyone is a republican, nor do they lean to the right. Regardless of your feelings about the Obama administration the news needs to be reported and in a manner that presents the FACTS to both sides of the spectrum. Think before you speak. You must love to hear yourself talk...

albright1+
August 6, 2014
6:11 p.m.

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schdypete.....if you are implying that the Gazette leans to the right, you are not thinking clearly. The Gazette is about as left wing as you can get.

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