“A lot,” says Scott.
Scott tells us the women wore a blue pinstripe suit that went all night or into the early hours of the morning.
“It has that old-boy-cott kind of vibe, like the ones you see in Hollywood movies,” says Scott.
He says the men also favored suits, with the women in denim and leather.
These days, the look often gets a bit trendy, says Scott, with a tuxedo or a blazer worn in suits.
“When it comes back, it’s an outfit that has a lot of flair.”
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The city is not ready to move forward on a deal that would see Calgary’s city hall leased to the private downtown property owner for the next 30 years.
This could happen under a proposed agreement, reached by the city and the landowner about a year ago, according to city documents. In exchange, the city would contribute $2 million over 15 years, plus interest, to help offset any potential costs the owner might incur in the future, according to the documents obtained by The Calgary Eyeopener.
“As a result of a joint proposal on lease and investment, the City and the Landowner of Calgarian Avenue have agreed to the development of a lease and investment agreement. The city of Calgarian and the Landowner are working towards finding a date to enter into this agreement,” wrote Kevin MacMillan, Calgary’s general manager of planning & infrastructure policy, on May 20, 2016.
MacMillan also noted in the documents that the city would continue to be involved in the leasing. City staff are in negotiations with the landowner, but are not prepared to make a final decision on the lease because they’ve only been in talks for a year.
But MacMillan’s letter also notes that while the city is committed to helping the new owner pay back any financial obligations, “some or all” of the $2 million will be allocated to “improve city services.”
City councillors were warned in April that if the land was not leased to the landowner within 20 years from the date of the agreement, “all financial obligations” between the city and the landowners would be transferred to the city under provincial legislation.
The proposed city-landowner lease was one of several in the city’s city policy package approved by city council last December. The deal also includes a new approach for Calgary schools, with the
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