Thursday, April 11, 2013
A letter from Benjamin Palleiko, chairman of the Hopkinton board, said that after David Nunes was removed from the project, it failed to live up to the Gaming Commission's standards.
Over the weekend David Nunes sent a letter to the Milford Town Administrator indicating that his investing partners in the Crossroads Casino project had stripped him of his authority and title. "I have shed any faith in the project given that the investors and Foxwoods have not invested the time to get to know the people of Milford," Nunes said in his letter. Yesterday, Chairman of the Hopkinton Board of Selectmen sent a letter following up on Nunes' announcement to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. "Mr. Nunes' letter raises several important issues for the commission to consider, in that it reflects one of two possibilities, either of which should rule out the application from further consideration," Benjamin Palleiko's letter said. …
Friday, March 29, 2013
A small group met last night at the Adams Middle School to break down their fight against the Crossroads Casino.
Since casino developer David Nunes teamed up with Foxwoods and submitted a proposal before the Massachusetts Gaming Commission, opponents have been waiting for more information. But that time has come to an end, according to Ken Rockett and others from the Casino Free Milford group, time is ticking away and a casino proposal is expected to be selected for development within the next 10 months. “We don’t know what the developer wants to do and I think he’s going to keep that a secret for as long as possible,” Dave Bastille, one of the long-term opponents, said. “We do know enough to make a stink.” At their meeting in Holliston last night Rockett, Bastille and others organized into three groups to break down the fight and make dissemination…
Monday, February 4, 2013
Residents from Milford and surrounding towns, will be discussing the Crossroads Casino proposal.
When Casino Developer David Nunes submitted his proposal for the Crossroads Casino in Milford last month, Hopkinton Selectman Ben Palleiko told Patch that a battle was coming. Tonight, Casino Free Milford will begin their preparations in a meeting at Milford Town Hall. The meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. in the Selectmen's meeting room.