Chris Larson, is accusing the Abele administration of failing to maintain the popular attraction over the past five years.
Larson also suggested the incumbent county exec is overstating the cost of repairing the facility.
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In an interview with "JS on Politics" this week, County Executive Chris Abele said he was open to tearing down the aging landmark.
The county has estimated it would cost up to million to fully renovate the Domes with a new horticultural conservatory.
The experimental number relies on a strong bass line and a simple keyboard riff.
The song can be heard in the Spike Lee film Girl 6.
"It's a realistic option," Abele said of razing the Domes.
"Put it this way: If the public says, 'Hey, we don't want to spend — of the finite box of funding we have — we don't want to spend... million,' I'm not going to tell them they're wrong." Abele, who is running for his second full term as county CEO, said he realizes some local residents might be upset if the county decides to bulldoze the current horticultural conservatory.
While delivering his speech prior to the induction of the Funk collective known as Parliament-Funkadelic into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in May 1997, Prince explained that "Erotic City" was recorded directly after seeing Parliament-Funkadelic at the Beverly Theatre in Los Angeles in 1983.
The song starts with a guitar string plucked and whammied, before dropping into the drum track ( which sounds like he may have reversed on the 4/8 like a computer).