|Subject:||City Creek Center - Example of a High Cost Feature|
|Date:||Apr 28, 2010|
|Author:||The Mighty Builder|
|To help in the understanding of WHY the City Creek
Center is so expensive and the cost keep increasing, I will relate the
The name sake of the project is the City Creek that runs down City Creek Canyon to the Jordan River. In 1909 the creek was placed in an underground conduit down North Temple Street from outside of Memory Grove to west of the State Fairpark where the water exits into the Jordan River.
The brain trusts at the Mormon church decided that a water feature was necessary for the City Creek Project. And only “true” City Creek Water will fit the bill. So the water features in the project will have water pumped up to the feature, run along an artificial “creek” and into a water pond where fish and other aquatic creatures and plants will be on display. After the use of the water, the excess will be piped to a storm system since it cannot be returned to City Creek, since it is now contaminated by its use.
There is currently a raging argument going on as to whether the used water needs to be treated before it is sent to the storm system, since EPA regulations are very strict on what is allowed into a storm water drainage system.
Costs for this water feature are estimated between 6.5 Million and 38 Million depending upon what is finally approved.
|Subject:||Jesus insists on it ...gotta have the mystical power of CC h2oh.|
|Date:||Apr 28 15:53|
|Stands to reason that Jesus wants no fakery when it
comes to sacred water......behold how the simple prayer said over tap water
must be word-perfect if it is to convey its magical potency into the water.
The EPA must somehow come to understand that City Creek water is sacred, not toxic.
|Subject:||Apparently, City Creek water is the Mormons as ........|
|Date:||Apr 28 15:56|
|Zamzam water is to the Muslims. That is, water with
some mighty holy mojo.
|Subject:||From henceforth let it's name be the: "GIGA MALL" !! nt|
|Subject:||How appropriate! Bury the real river that god and nature created,|
|Date:||Apr 28 16:23|
|and replace it with a "perfected" and controllable man
made artificial river that requires big $$$ to build and maintain.
How many poor could be helped with the money being spent on this artificial aquifer? How long before City Creek floods and the pump gets all clogged up with silt, rocks and sticks? How long before the pump gets clogged with trash that gets blown or dropped into it?
Will the pond have fish that are Native to Utah or will they be exotic Koi and other types that are more colorful for customers to watch, but more expensive to maintain out doors in Utah?
|Subject:||City Creek - the actual creek|
|Date:||Apr 28 16:38|
|Author:||Koo Koo for Kaukaubeam|
|I've always wondered about the underground creek as
well - as far as what kind of conditon is this 1909 conduit in, is it
maintenanced, what will happen to this mall if there is another big runoff
like in 1983, etc.
Anybody here know anything about this?
|Subject:||The power of the priesthood will be used to divert the water around the mall,|
|Date:||Apr 28 18:15|
|so that God's chosen people do not damage their expensive italian leather shoes.|
|Date:||Apr 28 17:17|
|Have they lost their minds? For some reason Trump
tower pops into my mind. Didn't The Donald go broke after he built it? Don't
the COB folks remember the Tower of Babel? I'd hate to see people lose jobs
and money invested in businesses, but still I admit I would enjoy seeing
this all blow up in their faces. If the god of the old testament is still
around, surely he will strike them down.
Thanks for the post, Mighty Builder.
|Subject:||Phantom Shadow has it right|
|Date:||Apr 28 17:25|
|This is the mall of Babel. After it's built, Mormon leaders will speak denials in many tongues.|
|Subject:||Any related RFP's for companies to bid on? (E.g., for water filtration systems). If yes, do you...|
|Date:||Apr 28 18:23|
|...have a link you could send me for the dept. issuing the RFP's?|
|Subject:||Aren't you going to get yourself into trouble?|
|Date:||Apr 28 18:38|
|I hope you're not taking too many chances. But otherwise I love your updates.|
|Subject:||If fish and aquatic plants will live in the water, why does this need to be treated?????nt|
The original article: Mormon403. The Mormon Mall - City Creek to cost over $4 Billion dollars.
The following sections are updates as of August 2010.
A.) Expensive Feature: The name sake of the project is the City Creek that runs down City Creek Canyon to the Jordan River. In 1909 the creek was placed in an underground conduit down North Temple Street from outside of Memory Grove to west of the State Fairpark where the water exits into the Jordan River. The Mormon church decided that a water feature was necessary for the City Creek Project. And only “true” City Creek Water will fit the bill. So the water features in the project will have water pumped up to the feature, run along an artificial “creek” and into a water pond where fish and other aquatic creatures and plants will be on display. Mormon403a
B.) The cost of the project is now estimated to approach $4 Billion Dollars. This is the most expensive mall in the US. Mormon403b [This data of $4 billion is unconfirmed, but believed to be reliable based on past experience from trusted Mormon insiders. The Mormon Church does not open its books for public scrutiny - not even to its members.]
C.) The world's tallest building, Burj Khalifa, completed in 2009 in Dubai cost only $1.5 billion. Mormon403c
D.) LDS welfare stats for 2009 are now available and demonstrate that the mall is far more important than helping those in need. Mormon403d
E.) Condo prices at City Creek slashed 50% due to the economy. Mormon403e
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