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Wrong Kenneth Bardwell?

Kenneth W. Bardwell

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Sports Facility

Direct Phone: (248) ***-****direct phone

Email: k***@***.com

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Sports Facility

1 Johnson Street Suite 104

Cartersville, Georgia,30120

United States

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www.leaderunion.com

In a letter received on Tuesday morning by City Clerk Peggy Bowen, Motown CEO Kenneth Bardwell notified the city that it no longer plans to proceed with its plans for a $300-million sports and entertainment facility in Vandalia.
Along with the letter, which is dated June 1, Bardwell enclosed a payment of $17,500 for reimbursement of a traffic study the city had performed for the project. The payment was made with three checks.


www.ivandalia.com [cached]

I can't find any info on the internet yet about any town in Ohio talking to Bardwell but I would bet he is over there pushing it.
It took me less than 1/2 hour on the internet to figure out Motown was a pipe dream of Bardwell and would never be built in Vandalia. As I have read, the city has invested over $100,000.00 in this. The City has known about the bad check since Dec. 11, 2009, four days after Bardwell presented it to the City Council with two closed meetings to discuss it. In the Leader Union article, it is stated that Bardwell did not have authorization to write the check until the extension agreement was approved by the city and and also approved by the Motown project shareholders. This check has been owed to the city for months and should have had nothing to do with an agreement of the extension. This check should have been authorized long before any extension was discussed. I was at the council meeting and from what I saw, Bardwell used this check to influence the extension vote. 2. Givens said she talked to a Bank Of America representative where the check was issued and was told the account requires $250,000.00 balance and used the "not sufficient funds" stamp on a majority of returned checks. He also told her the account could have been frozen for some other reason. It has always been my belief that Kenneth Bardwell is chairman and CEO of Motown Technology. He being in charge of the corporation should have some knowledge of the workings of a corporation and the aquiring of funds for the project.


www.ivandalia.com

The City has known about the bad check since Dec. 11, 2009, four days after Bardwell presented it to the City Council with two closed meetings to discuss it.
In the Leader Union article, it is stated that Bardwell did not have authorization to write the check until the extension agreement was approved by the city and and also approved by the Motown project shareholders. This check has been owed to the city for months and should have had nothing to do with an agreement of the extension. This check should have been authorized long before any extension was discussed. I was at the council meeting and from what I saw, Bardwell used this check to influence the extension vote. 2. Givens said she talked to a Bank Of America representative where the check was issued and was told the account requires $250,000.00 balance and used the "not sufficient funds" stamp on a majority of returned checks. He also told her the account could have been frozen for some other reason. It has always been my belief that Kenneth Bardwell is chairman and CEO of Motown Technology. He being in charge of the corporation should have some knowledge of the workings of a corporation and the aquiring of funds for the project.


www.ivandalia.com [cached]

So far, Kenneth Bardwell, CEO of Motown, has refused to publicly identify his financiers.
A call to Bardwell on Tuesday was not returned, and officials said they were not aware of a response to the letter. A number of news stories accessible on the Internet report that Bardwell has sought to build facilities in other communities, but later withdrew his plans. Tomorrow's phone call will be interesting with Bardwell having 10 days left to secure financing. So stay tuned to IVandalia.com for further details. Update: He has not called back. I am thinking I may have scared him away. If the investor is reading this please call. City Council Meeting, Oct. 5th - Mr. Bardwell failed to come to the City Council meeting because of a death in his family nor did any representative of Motown show up. He did though send an email stating he needed an extension with their financing side of the sports complex. There was no mention from Mr. Bardwell as to when he and his representatives could meet with the city and explain their actions.


www.ivandalia.com

So far, Kenneth Bardwell, CEO of Motown, has refused to publicly identify his financiers.
A call to Bardwell on Tuesday was not returned, and officials said they were not aware of a response to the letter. A number of news stories accessible on the Internet report that Bardwell has sought to build facilities in other communities, but later withdrew his plans.


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