Wyckoff property still in casino mix

Wyckoff property still in casino mix


WHICH HISTORIC BUILDINGS ARE IN
JEOPARDY AND WHICH ARE SAFE.
SPRINGFIELD AND PALMER ARE NO
LONGER THE ONLY WESTERN
MASSACHUSETTS “PLAYER”
COMMUNITIES. HOLYOKE’S CASINO
PROCESS IS “IN PLAY.”
PAPER CITY DEVELOPMENT AT
WYCKOFF COUNTRY CLUB AND ERIC
SUHER’S GROUP AT MOUNTAIN PARK
PAID THE CITY A $25,000 GRANT
TODAY. WITH THE CITY PUBLICALLY
RELEASING ITS CASINO PLAN JUST
YESTERDAY, IT HAS A LOT OF WORK
TO DO IN A SHORT AMOUNT OF TIME.
SO FAR, REVIEWS ARE MIXED. SOME
THINK THE PROCESS IS BEING
EXTREMELY RUSHED, OTHERS SAY ITS
ABOUT TIME.
ALTHOUGH I LIVE HERE, I FEEL ITS
SOMETHING THE CITY NEEDS THERE
IS NO OTHER WAY YOU CAN RAISE
THE KIND OF MONEY THAT WE NEED.
THESE PROPOSALS NEED TO BE
VETTED WE’VE GOT UNKNOWN
PROPOSING UNKNOWN PROJECTS WITH
UNKNOWN PARAMETERS IN VAGUELY
KNOWN LOCATIONS THERE’S A LOT TO
DO HERE.
HOLYOKE HAS SET A JANUARY 10TH
DEADLINE FOR MAYOR ALEX MORSE TO
FIGURE OUT IF ONE OR MORE
DEVELOPERS MEETS THE CRITERIA OF
WHAT HE IS LOOKING FOR IN A

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