Neighbors for a Casino-Free Milford
  • Petitioned Chairman Stephen Crosby

This petition was delivered to:

Massachusetts State Gaming Commissioner
Chairman Stephen Crosby

Neighbors for a Casino-Free Milford

    1. Casino-Free Milford
    2. Petition by

      Casino-Free Milford

      Holliston, MA

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February 2014

Victory

The voters of Milford voted down a casino in their town almost 2-1 on November 19, 2013.

We, the undersigned residents of Milford, Hopkinton, Holliston, Upton, Bellingham, Hopedale, Millis, Ashland, Franklin and Medway, wish to preserve the character, integrity and fabric of our communities.

A Casino would inalterably change our communities for generations to come. No amount of mitigation would offset or protect us from drastic changes to our community and way of life. We oppose a casino in Milford.

 

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    1. Reached 2,000 signatures
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    • David Breen MENDON, MA
      • 11 months ago

      Business owner in Milford

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    • Kaitlin Smith HOPKINTON, MA
      • 11 months ago

      Casino's negative impacts on small town community

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    • Malik Sayed HOPKINTON, MA
      • 11 months ago

      Families need a Casino-Free Neighborhood. NO CASINO's in Milford please.

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    • Allyson Poisson MILFORD, MA
      • 11 months ago

      A casino doesnt belong is a residential neighborhood. period...

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    • Jessica Frank WORCESTER, MA
      • 12 months ago

      My husband mountain bikes these trails, they are very important to him.

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