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"New" Bar Open on STX South Shore Rd

 
specialk
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I was driving on South Shore Road today and noticed that little bar on the corner of Lowery Hill Rd has reopened.

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Topic starter Posted : October 26, 2009 7:07 pm
mminstx
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It had Santo bling-bling-bling-bling music blasting the other night, a hand-painted "Now Open" sign and tons of Presidente flags flying, so if there ever any construction workers coming to work on the Wyndham St. Croix site, they have a new home

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Posted : October 26, 2009 7:59 pm
Juanita
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How Caribbean, I love it, and everyone needs a home!8-)

Is there actually a Wyndham STX site? Haven't heard anything in a while.

I haven't been listening lately, so....maybe I just haven't heard.

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Posted : October 27, 2009 12:06 am
specialk
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The STX Wyndam is the Golden Gaming project at Great Pond. Which may get off the ground...some day.

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Topic starter Posted : October 27, 2009 10:39 am
Beeski
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How Caribbean, I love it, and everyone needs a home!8-)

Is there actually a Wyndham STX site? Haven't heard anything in a while.

I haven't been listening lately, so....maybe I just haven't heard.

It will snow on St. Croix before anyone is stupid enough to give that project $$ for construction:
a) there is no way to get a positive rate of return on the hundreds of millions of $$
b) the site is downwind of a swamp; ie. noseeums, misquitos, nasty smells
c) the site has a 2 ft beach with seagrass in the water, not appealing to tourists
d) the golf course will have quicksand bunkers
e) the site does not have Army Corps of Engineers approval
f) Golden does not have an uncontested title for the land

just my opinion....but it ain't gonna happen.

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Posted : October 27, 2009 11:57 am
terry
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They will have to be very careful if they get it off the ground, they may get hit by the flying pigs:@)

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Posted : October 27, 2009 12:56 pm
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