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FILE In this Feb. 2, 2010 file photo, a  police officer is seen walking past the athletes village entrance in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  Why are so many cities saying no to the Winter Olympics? It’s all about the money. The official organizing budget for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic was an estimated $2 billion. Total costs were put at around $6 billion, including expansion of the Sea to Sky Highway between Vancouver and Whistler. Vancouver's biggest problem centered on a project to turn the athletes village into a downtown waterfront neighborhood. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press,Jonathan Hayward, File) **FILE**

FILE In this Feb. 2, 2010 file photo, a police officer is seen walking past the athletes village entrance in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Why are so many cities saying no to the Winter Olympics? It’s all about the money. The official organizing budget for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic was an estimated $2 billion. Total costs were put at around $6 billion, including expansion of the Sea to Sky Highway between Vancouver and Whistler. Vancouver's biggest problem centered on a project to turn the athletes village into a downtown waterfront neighborhood. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press,Jonathan Hayward, File) **FILE**

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