Tonight's the night! The Casino on Break O-Day Drive is back on the Zoning Board agenda for tonight's Zoning Hearing - Wednesday October 4 at 6pm in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Complex at 37 Green Street. And again it’s important to show City Hall that opposition to Sanborn’s huge casino complex has not died down.
Thanks to all who showed up for the public hearing for Kassey’s Cameron’s appeal to the Zoning Board of Adjustment back on Wednesday the 13th. It was a great showing of support for Kassey as noted in the Concord Monitor. The Monitor noted that the room visibly emptied once it was announced that public hearing to reconsider the city’s approval was postponed until the next Zoning meeting on 10/4. The reason for the postponement was the large amount of information received that at least one member of the board admitted they had not had time to review in advance of the meeting.
In the meantime, the negative publicity about Andy Sanborn’s legal issues with his current Concord Casino on South Main keeps on coming. He was supposed to have a hearing before the Lottery Commission this Tuesday but the commission granted him a ten day extension to Friday October 13th (time and place to be announced). You can read about the legal issues with his current Concord Casino in the New Hampshire Bulletin. Despite the Lottery Commission and potential Federal legal actions with his current casino it’s important that we keep up the fight on the new Break O-Day casino as the impact of these other legal actions on the new casino is unknown.
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