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President Obama visited the troops in Afghanistan and signed a treat with President Hamid Karzai. He addressed the nation at 730 Tuesday evening and layed out a timeline for the U.S involvement in the long conflict to end. He later met with troops, some who spend up to 15 months away from their families.
And now from troops risking their lives to Eyesore concerns over the appearance of the Citrus Bowl and school portables in Baldwin Park.
A Citrus Bowl official guided a reporter around the 76 year old stadium and spoke about his concerns over losing bowl games and not being able to promote Soccer Leagues and Concerts. A couple of points.
- A soccer league in the United States will not fill up the Citrus Bowl unless it’s the world cup, which we just had in 94. We could renovate and still have a shot at a game the next time we’re realistically eligible
- Major Concerts? Orlando Calling was great for those that attended but, hardly a success. Not because of the Citrus Bowl but because of ticket sales.
Next we move along to Baldwin Park where citizens are concerned about how close children are being educated to their homes and how unpleasant it makes their community look.
Anyhow these stories lead off your Wednesday morning political headlines.
WFTV 9 Eyewitness News: Baldwin Park residents upset over school portables
CF News 13: Obama sees ‘new day’ 1 year after bin Laden raid
Orlando Sentinel: Scott Maxwell- Incentives no way to build state economy