Another thing I hear allot is that it's a matter of IQ where you stand on this issue, but I see it more as a matter of priorities.
I hear some say that the people saying no, are the same ones going out of state to gamble. First, I think it's unfair to characterize an opposing argument as it improperly conveys their arguments, but also If that's the case, then why are they saying no?
One person suggested that the real reason people support a casino had more to do with wanting to gamble closer to home and not the jobs. What do you think?
I respectfully agree with Caneesha. I like Russellville the way it is and don't really want to see it change. My family headed west a year ago and. while we liked a few of our stops, we were happy to be home, and don't want to see home change.
I don't have employees, but I have always been an employee and believe that making the employee feel part of the business is one of the most important steps in the process. But in order to make them feel part of the process, they have to feel secure at...