City Council Holds Further Meetings on MGM Springfield Casino Project
Michael Fenton, the President associated with City Council, announced that two additional meetings of the city council have now been planned. During the conferences, city officials are required to produce a decision related to the casino site plan, proposed by MGM Springfield. Nevertheless, he added that the evaluation that is thorough perhaps not considered to wait or harm the task by any means.
People who keep themselves informed concerning the matter know that four conferences had been held in January. Each of them lasted roughly 90 minutes and city officials and residents were given the chance to talk about the design modifications therefore the site plan regarding the $950 million casino task.
Mr. Fenton confirmed that the deliberations were not prone to delay the MGM construction and included which he is keeping in contact with MGM representatives. They have been given the approvals that are necessary so they were able to complete their task within the set deadlines. The casino that is new likely to host its first visitors sometime in 2018. Meanwhile, the demolition of old structures has already started.
As far as council meetings are involved, Mr. Fenton said these were planned for February 17th and February 22nd during the City Hall.
The City Council President additionally stated the upcoming conferences would be longer and added it was time for the city officials to have a final stance on the situation and needed efficiency and diligence. Continue reading “City Council Holds Further Meetings on MGM Springfield Casino Project”