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I agree that BSLC provides a social service that if used properly should provide a public benefit that would I suspect, greatly out-weigh the cost of the subsidy. Because of that it should be a cost we are happy to pay as long as there is efficiency in the delivery of that service and the center is being utelised appropriately. Part of the remit of the center should be, as well as providing cultural and social opportunities for all, to promote a culture of health, excerise and well being. Promoting cars in the lobby doesn't sit with that ethos as far as I am concerned and the selling of garish coloured fizzy drinks and sweets doesn't either.