FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享During the January 20th Borough Assembly meeting members heard an hour of public testimony from residents expressing their concerns about an ordinance which would put the option for marijuana cultivating facilities up to the voters. The Assembly plans to address this ordinance during their February 24th meeting, if the ordinance is eventually approved the decision would be opened to voters on October 2. Assembly President Dale Bagley stated he was surprised to see such a large turnout as they were not making a decision last night, he also revealed that, much like most of the residents that came to speak, he would much prefer to wait to see a statewide decision before putting in any regulations. Gabriel Vanzee of Homer played a part in collecting signatures for initiative to legalize marijuana in Alaska. At one point Assemblyman Kelly Wolf proposed extending this discussion until after the legislative session had let out, however a majority of Assembly Members voted no to that amendment. Vanzee: “Everybody had their reasons for voting for it everybody had their reasons against it, and now we’ve come to a point where its kind of come through for our side we can build on that. Unfortunately this kind of creates that same mentality where it puts us in the defense and we are trying now through organizations wether through Kenai or the CRCL soon to be in Homer. We’re reaching out to community members right now and community leaders to find out exactly what they want in their community and this somewhat supersedes that because we haven’t defined it for ourselves yet, and that’s why I’m against it. Bagley: “Most of them want to just wait and see what the state is going to do and I imagine most of them are pro-cannabis, pro-marijuana, and that’s fine and we’ll see how this all shakes out. Personally I think I would like to wait and see what the state does before we deal with this issue and whatever issue we’ve got before us on this.”
All Activity The lighter one is the one Chris Creamer has listed on the website, while the darker one appears to be the one used on court: If you look at the Knicks website below, you will notice different colorations of the main logo, one version at the top of the website, and one on the ticket selling banner(scroll down a little so the logo at the top drops down next to the banner to clearly see the difference): Sports Logos 317 I found two larger versions online to illustrate the difference: 1,779 Posted July 4, 2017 Posted July 4, 2017 Share on other sites 1 Link to post http://www.nba.com/teams/knicks 0 Members Sports Logo News So essentially the ones where its the lighter color is just the people using the older/wrong file. 317 colortv 1,779 Recommended Posts The one on the ticket banner appears to have darker, richer versions of the orange, blue, and gray. 0 TornadoGTS Sports Logos TornadoGTS Link to post Share this post Share on other sites 1,779 colortv By colortv, July 4, 2017 in Sports Logo News Forums Home http://store.nba.com/New_York_Knicks_Gear 1,323 posts Knicks Using Two Different Colorations of the Same Logo? 1,779 Whereas now its the correct darker color, like their uniforms. Followers 1 Light: Posted July 4, 2017 Sports Logo News Share this post Members The lighter one used to be the official color on the logo even though they had royal blue in the uniforms…. Knicks Using Two Different Colorations of the Same Logo? 1,323 posts Location:Florida 1,779 All Activity Share on other sites colortv 2,286 posts Same conundrum on the main NBA website: Go To Topic Listing Forums Home Sign in to follow this Share this post 1,779 SportsLogos.Net colortv This topic is now closed to further replies. Sign in to follow this Followers 1 SportsLogos.Net Members 317 Link to post http://www.nba.com/knicks/ Dark: Knicks Using Two Different Colorations of the Same Logo?