Everything that I need to reopen the Natatorium is within my reach right now.

I can turn a CCUSD liability at the middle school into an asset.
It won't cost the city or the school district a single dime.
It will sustain it self into the future.
The CCUSD will have access for the students, the student athletes, and the community.
Culver City Swimming will be brought onto a national stage and spot light.
The number of children that learn to swim in our district will increase dramatically. We will in fact be saving lives as a result of our actions.

If one kid learns to swim in the Natatorium as a result of our actions then we have succeeded.

All I need is the green light from the School Board, The Superintendent, The Assistant Superintendent and the support of the City Council...

While you are walking around Culver City or meeting each other at your campaign functions take 5 mins.. talk to each other, make a decision and let me know. all you have to do is pickup the phone or send me an email and say Robert we all agree please get the Natatorium reopened and it will be done.

This is it!
You don't have to do anything else and it will be done...
All of the paperwork, the business plan, the numbers, the presentations you all want to see. It is all within my reach right now.

What I don't have is the confidence that the elected officials of Culver City want this pool reopened. If I don't have that this will never happen.

If you doubt me that is fine all I need is the green light.. You can all sit back and watch it happen. The best part is you have nothing to lose.
If I fail.... I will help you knock the building down myself.

The choice is yours. The decision is yours. I will be waiting your reply...

Robert Smith

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Comment by Robert Smith on March 24, 2012 at 12:11am

I'm not raising any money until I have a consensus from the School Board and the support of the City Council.

It is going to cost more than you and I make in one year....

Lets say I have $100,000.00 in an account. what would I spend it on? The school district has not publicly stated they want the pool reopened.

Comment by Enhager on March 23, 2012 at 8:35am

How much is this going to cost and how much have you raised so far?

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