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Public invited to celebrate proposed commitment to keep Angels in Anaheim through 2050

ANAHEIM- Angels fans are invited to come together on Wednesday, December 18 at Golden Road Brewery in Anaheim to voice their support for the agreement to keep the Angels in Anaheim until 2050. Residents, fans, local business owners, and community partners will urge the Mayor and City Council to approve the agreement. Attendees will be greeted with Angels hats and shirts and will be treated to a special appearance by Angels alumni players Bobby Grich, Chuck Finley and Mark Langston and Clyde Wright.

WHERE: Golden Road Anaheim Brewery and Pub

2210 E. Orangewood Ave.

Anaheim, CA 92806

WHEN: Wednesday, December 18, 2019

5 PM- 7 PM

WHO:   Angels Baseball Chairman, Dennis Kuhl

Angels Alumni, Bobby Grich, Chuck Finley, Mark Langston and Clyde Wright

Sergio Gonzalez, Anaheim Hills Community Council & Anaheim First Board Member

LA/OC Building Trades, Ernesto Medrano

Golden Road Brewery Regional General Manager, Jon Wantz

WHAT: Keep the Angels in Anaheim Rally

For more details about “The Big A 2050” deal visit https://www.anaheim.net/5207/The-Big-A

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was just reading a few articles about the 'sale'.  

turns out that the language is the agreement is super ambiguous and essentially only functions as a lease extension through 2029.  At any point between now and 2025 the 'buyer' which isn't just Arte but some property company that presumably involves Arte can terminate the agreement 'at their sole discretion'.  The purchase price we have seen list is also the maximum as there are certain undisclosed and poorly defined 'credits' that can substantially decrease the purchase price.  Some are speculating that those credits could be tens if not hundreds of millions of dollars.  

Seems to me that this was not only a delay tactic but it gives Arte and co. all of the leverage.  They essentially have ten years to find another home and if they don't like the ultimate purchase price on the land that the current amount drops to then they can walk away while still maintaining first right of refusal.  

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If you attend this thing, you are a grade A sucker.

"Keep the Angels in Anaheim" my ass.

If you don't like it in Anaheim, just go already, Arte.  Quit wasting everybody's time begging for an even better sweetheart deal.

I wish the city of Anaheim would grow a spine and give Moreno the same offer that Michael Corleone did in The Godfather.

 

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