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Does The Owner Of 515 Alive Music Festival Owe $275,000 + To A Cedar Rapids Newbo Venue Project?

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In what should have been apart of the story in a past KCRG report, the current owner of “Die.Inc” doing business as ‘515 Alive Music Festival’, Rajan Devan, was also apart of a venue project in the Newbo Market in Cedar Rapids in the year of 2016, he in fact signed a “Personal Guarantee” (See Below) that stated he was liable for two five year lease agreements on the building (See Below), along with Jordan Farley, starting in January of 2017.

Proof of Liability of the Lease

Non-Payment Notice Lease Agreement 2025 by Jordan Farley on Scribd

Document Audit / Proof of Signature

Personal Guarantee & Lease Documents

Guaranty of Lease 2025 Development by Jordan Farley on Scribd

Lease Agreement 2025 Development by Jordan Farley on Scribd

After a fall out among the original business group, the project was dropped, however 2025 Corporation, the owners of the building, sent a statement (See Above) that states those who signed the ‘Personal Guarantee’ could owe rent monthly ($14,000 Minimum Monthly Rent) until it is leased out, more could also be applicable depending on what 2025 decides to throw in per lease and personal guarantee.

Jordan Farley has taken legal remedies to remove himself from the Personal Guarantee and Lease and is not liable for any of the Documents shown. We are not sure if Rajan has done the same.

At this point by the documents presented, the potential outcome could be: | $14,000 X 20 (Months) = $280,000 + $14,000 (Every Month Until It’s Leased Out) could be owed.

Overall this is only but one tidbit of a larger story however but an important question to ask as someone’s reputation was destroyed without consideration for who else was at fault in the project.

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More Gun Control Is Not The Answer

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As an American college student I am a member of the most diverse and technologically advanced generation in the history of the world, and that is pretty cool. As a conservative millennial I feel my voice is often not heard.

I believe screaming for more “gun control” is not the answer. I want politicians on both sides of the aisle to stand up and admit the government failed on all levels during the Parkland shooting.

I am thankful U.S. Rep. Rod Blum had the strength to admit the federal and local governments failed. There was no oversight, and that needs to be addressed. I understand the need and want to feel safe at my school, but the cyclical narrative of disarming innocent civilians is not the answer. It is not only unconstitutional, but it won’t solve the problem. Bad guys who want to do harm will find a way to make it happen. It is intellectually dishonest to attack the weapon and not the criminal.

I have made the conscious decision to not walk out of school to make my voice heard, but to walk up to students who are having a hard time and be a positive impact.

It is time we enforce laws already on the books and increase public safety by updating state compliance when it comes to background checks.

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Place Term Limits On Legislative Branch

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The founding fathers did not intend for our elected officials to make careers out of public office. We have term limits for our President and for good reason; we should apply those same principles to the Legislative Branch. There are politicians that have been in office longer than Ive been alive.

Congressman Rod Blum established the first ever Term Limits Caucus in Congress and the support from other members to bring a vote to the floor to term limit themselves is disgracefully unpopular. If members aren’t willing to stand up next to Congressman Blum and put an end to Congressional jobs for life, we ought to vote them out.

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The Biased Media Must End

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Media bias is becoming a major issue in the United States today. Most media outlets have become corrupt by politics. The media should be completely unbiased and factual, allowing the citizens of our great country to form their own opinions. I understand and completely respect the First Amendment, but when the media is pushing their opinions so hard, it is impossible not to see things from their point of view.

Being a young adult, I know how impressionable America’s youth is. When we have this much fake news, it makes it really hard to determine what is real and what isn’t. As America’s future voters, we need to be presented with the truth by reporters who will keep their own opinions out of their reports and articles. I think this change is possible, but we as a nation need to demand it.

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