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  1. Small steps. 200 fans can attend an outdoor event w/out testing starting April 2nd. https://www.syracuse.com/coronavirus/2021/03/smaller-arts-entertainment-venues-in-ny-can-reopen-next-month.html
  2. I thought it might be hopeful news! What was I thinking!!
  3. Thanks Wild, you just "ruined" a good story with that!! LOL LOL Glenn wanted the State to put the money up first which would really minimize his financial risk! LOL
  4. Hopefully this is a start so fans in grandstands can be a reality in 2021: https://www.localsyr.com/health/coronavirus/watch-live-governor-cuomo-provides-update-regarding-covid-19-at-1130-a-m/
  5. Glenn likely would've got the State dollars had Glenn actually spent some of "his" money first. The State indicated many times that the dollars would come once Glenn showed tangible progress on the project.
  6. Please explain how losing say $100 to save $30 in taxes is good business.
  7. Would it be wrong think the same "full capacity" constraints would be applied to every other sport or entertainment venue with a grandstand in NY or just race tracks being singled out?
  8. Agree Chas71. Bigger questions, can race tracks survive on 25% capacity and how do tracks put on big paying shows with only 25% capacity?
  9. Actually did pretty good in geometry. Positive rate (orange line) looks pretty flat to me
  10. Cuomo hasn't exactly been throwing his support behind a vaccine so don't expect any rush ti distribute once one is available.
  11. Already announced in September, Times Square ball drop will be virtual. Not being negative but what will be different in NY come spring time vs. right now? The curve has been flat for months, hospitals aren't over run, yet not much has changed when it came to fans in grandstands. Cuomo will get the bailout for NY he's been looking for after Nov. 3rd. That will fix his budget shortfall yet private businesses will still be struggling if not already out of business.
  12. No 24 hour rule for Pa, NJ or Conn. Cuomo realized three things. 1) It's unenforceable with adjoining states. 2) Numerous people that work in NYC live in these adjoining states and 3) Banning travel would be economic disaster for NY (Those were Cuomo's words)
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