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realist
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You have got me completely wrong there. Although a town fan I live near the proposed site. This development would impact considerably on the quality of life of my family, the value of my house etc. Therefore I am completely against the current project as it is rumoured to be (in the absence of any hard facts yet)
Does that make me a wum or a Defrietas clone because I have a different view to others. I can take all flack from those of you too blind to see past Fentys propaganda.
Nimby and proud
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You have lost me there. What is a WUM?l


I have definitely got it wrong but like to think the first word sounds like anchor
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Get it built , barely 100 people out of 120 000 complaining seems like it's what the town wants  
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I have definitely got it wrong but like to think the first word sounds like anchor


Due you think this type of reply will help in the debate.
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To be fair you and the other ones moaning all seem to be in the 55 years + group who have held this town back for far too long and luckily have succeeded due to weak local leadership with no backbone. All your arguments against it are so weak it's laughable .
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You must be one of the young ones that blamed us for brexit.  I am interested to know how my generation have held this town back?
The decline has accelerated since the turn of the  younger generation to take over the reigns. Too spoilt by 55+ parents to do a decent job
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Sometimes in life a few after take the hit for the masses , unfortunately life isn't perfect and this town is crying out loud for a infrastructure project like this. A work colleague of mine hates football but still can see the boost economically and socially a new stadium would bring, this really as to happen
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It's the same moaning bunch kicking off to whatever has been tried to progress the Town ,it was the same when the Auditoreum was built . You only need to look in every direction from here as to how towns have changed in the last 30 years , Lincoln has not stopped developing ...Christ even Scunny are on their second whilst the only thing we have between the two towns that make up Lincolnshires true capital it's ....a new Premier Inn.
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Surely it would be the masses taking a hit for the few.  Please share with me the social and economic  benfits this will bring. If gtfc went out of business it would have hardly any affect on the area.
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I am not moaning, just presenting the "other side of the coin"
You might feel the same oneday about something.
What you have to accept is that this town is an insignificant backwater. We don't even have a WH Smiths for Christ's sake. It is small in population with diminishing employment and lots of poverty.  The last thing we need is one of last greenfield sites ruining with a vanity project.
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