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Discussion: WARNING BIG LEAGUE DREAMS CATHEDRAL CITY WARNING

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Feb. 5, 2008
Cabrones51
Men's 40
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WARNING BIG LEAGUE DREAMS CATHEDRAL CITY WARNING
JUST A HEADS UP ON THE PARKING FOR THOSE HEADED TO BLD CAT CITY IN MARCH!!!!!

Hello to everyone,
I\'m trying to send this email out to as many promoters and visitors that I can in regards to the resent changes in our parking lot issues.

As of a few weeks ago, the city library (that we share the parking lot with), has changed the structure of our parking lot. They have added some barricades to their portion of the parking lot that separates our parking from theirs. Along with that, they have installed an entrance gate to their
parking lot as well. The library will be opening and closing those gates only during their operational hours. Any vehicle found parked there after they have closed their doors, will be towed at the owners\' expense.

This has happened in spite of our many efforts to not have this happen.

Please make sure that you get this word out to as many of your participants as you can so that they may avoid getting towed. On a typical weekend the library opens up on Saturdays at 10:00 am and close at 6:00 pm and on
Sundays their hours are 1:00 pm until 5:00 pm. Their gates are closed until they open up at which point our guests have the ability to park in their spots. But once they close their doors, they will call the tow company and
tow any vehicles in their parking lot then lock the gate behind them when they leave.

Until we can figure out a way for both businesses to co-exist, this is what the city has done. Again, please let as many people as you can, know about this change prior to them coming out to the park. The parking lot has
many signs that state you will be towed but has never enforced this law until
now.

Pat Queenen
General Manager - Cathedral City BLD
Feb. 5, 2008
taits
Men's 65
4403 posts
Well at least no one can say they were not warned or tried to warn them.
The city "fathers" there might of spent the monies they did on the fence\gate thing to get more parking for both businesses instead.
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