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Jackals asking county to pay for debt

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Jackals asking county to pay for debt Mon, 27 Nov 2017 23:01:57 +0000 Jackals asking county to pay for debt Jackals asking county to pay for debt WETM NBC 18 Elmira ticketed for failure to stop at a stop sign. elmira's hockey team..the jackals.. were terminated in april... but the team left three-hundred-fifty-thousand dollars in debt.. tonight the county legislature will vote if this money should come out of the tax payers pockets.. 18 news reporter brooke taylor on what this could mean.. in their final season..the jackals left 350 thousand dollars in debt.. "we've had ups and downs with the arena and jackals certainty we've had successful years with jackals." but last few years the jackals played ..attendance at the first arena went down.. twin tiers economic development took the team over.. as a community team.. but the empty chairs added up..and forced the team into a debt hole... they're now asking the county legislature to approve a room pay off these debts.. "that room tax is used for tourism types of activities in's gone towards the team previously." they're asking for four hundred fifty thousand dollars.. "these creditors provided a service..and they have outstanding bills that need to paid.." krusen says one of the benefits of paying the tax is that local vendors will be paid.. he says if they're could have consequences... "we believe the first arena is still an asset .. we still have a strong youth hokey program there..we still hold community events there. "with a lot of local vendors not being paid moving forwarded what's their participation and enthusiasm moving forward?" krusen says the t-t-e-d is a community board..that does not have the funding.. if the tax isn't approved tonight..they will have to treat it like a bankruptcy and vendors won't be paid "certainty i don't think that's a good thing for a was a community did operate for a year with the deficits." one of the county legislators i spoke with..joe brennan.. has been vocal about the vote on his fb page.. he told me it's unfortunate that the local vendors may not get paid. but it's a risk in business that is not the community's responsibility to pay.. reporting live in the

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