I am a Futurian. The Gideon Computer is now current. It is up and running in the here and now. This Futurian is taking on the Knights who tore down Ken Kesey’s cottage, and are trying to take over a city street and make it theirs. Baldy evaded the question at their gathering at the Alumni Center on the UofO Campus, about existing businesses. Phil has been buying them up. We must demand he tell us what property he owns on Franklin, and in Glenwood, before our taxes are used.
This is the oldest fraud in the West where the dastardly millionaire knows where the train tracks are going to be laid, and buys up all the land. Knight knew he had a plan, and the power to implement it. He did not tell the Little People of his master plan, untl after he bought up the land! If the Citizens were the first to know, then they could buy some land, too. Knight also knew these businesses would ask a whopping price – if they knew the Knight Marauder Plan! This goes against capitalism, and the free enterprise system. Because tax payers will be fooled into giving the Knight Dream, money, the Public Trust and Bank, has been broken into. UofO students should do public service when they graduate. We need Street Sweepers, not Knight Orcs! There is talk about two towers.
I am now going to post the videos I took at the fraudulent brainstorming. They will be made aware of Frank Buck, a oil tycoon who acquired much timbered land in our area, when Pacific Railroad offered free land grants. Buck hired drunks out of bars to go get them some free land, then he bought their grants for a bottle of booze. The City of Eugene, who is in cahoots with Knight and DBOX, will not be able to dismiss me – and this history. Frank Buck is a founding father of the Buck Foundation that was set up by Robert Breevort Buck, who owns the law firm that destroyed my Rosamond Brand.
At the brainstorming, we were not told Phil employed Eminent Domain. If the brainstorming had taken place before the UofO swooped down on the lil bunny rabbit, Eugene Citizens would have been up in arms. DBOX knew this. They tricked us into signing off on this Land Grab. This is why they held the fake gathering. They brought out their best Smooth Talkers, their Hired Guns – for our own good – of course!
What is very suspicious, ls, they say they want to make Franklin St. a “destination” after they say the congestion is going to get worse.
I just sent this to Congressman, Peter DeFazio.
“On January 28, I attended a gathering of fellow citizens to brainstorm the plans Phil Knight has for Franklin St. The MC evaded the question about existing businesses. Phil has been buying them up. We must demand he tell us what property he owns on Franklin, and in Glenwood. This is the oldest fraud in the West where the dastardly millionaire knows where the train tracks are going to be laid, and buys up all the land. Knight knew he had a plan, and the power to implement it. He did not tell the Little People of his master plan, until after he bought up the land. If the Citizens were the first to know, then they could buy some land, too. Knight also knew these businesses would ask a whopping price – if they knew the Knight Marauder Plan!”
President: Royal Rosamond Press
The UO plans to seek properties from two owners: Carol Foster and family, who own the Domino’s pizza property at Franklin Boulevard and Agate Street; and Eugene developer Don Woolley, who owns and occupies a three-story office building on the targeted site.
Affected tenants are Evergreen Indian Cuisine, which leases a building owned by the UO Foundation; the Lucky Duck Espresso stand, which sits on UO Foundation property; and the Domino’s franchise, leased by Dan Cates.
The family that runs Evergreen said they were shocked when they learned in October that the Knight project would displace their business. By contrast, the Lucky Duck owner said he had long known the blow was descending.
The UO, sensitive about appearing the bully, pledges to help the property and business owners get re-established elsewhere.
The UO hired Eugene commercial real estate broker Jeff Elder and Salem relocation specialist Lori Hathaway to ensure those affected get what the federal Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Act and state eminent domain law says is their due, Reed said.
“It is our hope that they understand that we will work very hard to make it as easy and comfortable as possible,” he said.
As a government agency, the UO has the legal right to take property in return for paying fair value. In Lane County, the Oregon Department of Transportation and Lane Transit District have routinely used eminent domain to secure pieces of property for projects.
The University has purchased business properties along Franklin for the project.
DBOX is a creative communications agency that builds brands and develops immersive marketing campaigns for the fields of property development, architecture and the arts.DBOX was founded in 1996 and maintains studios in New York, London and Miami. DBOX has received awards from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (Emmy® Awards), The Art Directors Club, World Luxury Award, American Design Awards, Communication Arts and The International Property Awards, and our work has been exhibited at some of the world’s most respected art institutions, such as The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, The Art Institute of Chicago, New Museum and The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.
EUGENE, Ore. – Don’t look now, but some actual construction is around the corner at Franklin Boulevard and Riverfront Parkway.
“I think people driving down Franklin Boulevard will see there are fences up,” Dr. Patrick Phillips said.
Groundbreaking is coming up soon on the first phase of the Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact
The project represents a $1 billion investment over the next decade, anchored by a $500 million donation from Nike founder Phil Knight and his wife, Penny.
“It will really herald the beginning of a new different phase I think for the whole city,” said Phillips, the acting director of the science campus. “That’s really our hope and our goal.”
Phillips said phase I of the project -a 160,000 square foot building with two towers – will break ground in March.
“Overall the scope of the project is that we’re going from planning to opening the building within a 3-year period, which is pretty unprecedented,”
The University has purchased business properties along Franklin for the project.
Some businesses like Evergreen Indian Cuisine have to relocate.
“We love this location, and we like the community here, especially the UO,” said Usha Shaik, manager at Evergreen.
Shaik said the Franklin Boulevard location has been the restaurant’s home for 11 years. Moving will be bittersweet. The restaurant plans to reopen in the former Jade Palace restaurant building at 7th and Blair.
“It’s hard to move, but it’s another change,” Shaik said.
This past year, Oregon lawmakers approved $50 million in bond funds for the Knight Science campus.
“The governor has requested in the latest session for another $40 million,” Phillips said.
Enough funding, Phillips said, to keep phase one on schedule for an early 2020 opening.
The Story of Rosamond
“Hi Dan. Ten years ago we talked in your office about the white equestrian statue outside your office. According the ongoing Kesey Square Myth, this horseman may come alive in the night, and drag Kesey statue over to Springfield – with your assistance. Is this true?”
I have known Dan Egan since I moved to Springfield eleven years ago. Recently, we discussed his prophecy that Springfield would soon own the statue of Ken now located in Eugene. Or, did Neil Laudati tell me this? There is a Trojan Horse, here? I have found the hidden Mr. Burns. In theory, I own the history of Springfield. Helen is my friend. I have talked about running for Mayor. I will beautify this lumber town. I own the real story of a lone poor man taking on the powerful and rich man with a bevy of attorneys, who depicted my famous sister as a deranged and dangerous lunatic, thus her legacy had to taken over by sane outsiders!
“Mr. Buck is a prominent Mason, a Knight Templar and Odd Fellow, and a member of various clubs, including the Bohemian, of San Francisco; the Pacific-Union of the same city, the San Francisco Gold and Country Club, the Claremont Country Club, of Oakland, California, and the Sutter Club, of Sacramento, California.”
From Frank would come the largest family trust on earth that is worth a billion dollars. Because there was alcoholism in the family, it was founded to combat this disease, and help the poor people of Marin. Maybe we can get Springfield in on this action, because Buck bucks, built this town – and Beverly Hills!
After my friend, Mark Gall, paid for my membership in the Emerald Art Association, I talked with Dan in his office at the old Springfield train station. He gave me his last copy of the history of Springfield which I donated to a merchants organization on Main street, that is now defunct. Then, came the rejection of the history I was compiling on the Fremont-Benton family by the founders of Emerald Arts, who I was told by the director were the widows of the men who owned logging companies. Were any of them kin to Frank Buck, the President of the Booth-Kelly Lumber Company that built a huge lumber mill in Springfield, and, was based in Eugene. Frank was the major stock holder. Why haven’t we heard of him. Where is his monument and plaque. He is the real Mr. Burns!
“Mr. Buck is interested as a stockholder and Director in the Rodeo Land & Water Co., of Los Angeles, which owns 3100 acres of land near Los Angeles. The townsite of Beverly stands on part of this land. Mr. Buck is President of the Booth-Kelly Lumber Company, of Eugene, Oregon, and has heavy timber holdings in that section of the Northwest. He also is a Director of the Bakersfield Iron Works.”
Why did the artist who designed the Kesey mural put these Biblical words where the signature of the artist traditionally go? I and my niece have been fighting a conglomerate that made millions fro Oregon trees.
In 1986 I took LSD for the last time, and began to write two Science Fiction novels. Berkeley Bill Bolagard was the Last Hippie – of the future! He dressed like Wild Bill Hickok. Monica was the love of his life, and considered the most beautiful woman in the world. Bill had lost her due to his foolishness. But she will come to him at the Gideon Institute, the first privately owned prison in the world.