Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria ended up being among a small grouping of Massachusetts mayors and city leaders who rejected the claims in an anti-casino study that is recent.
Some Massachusetts mayors and city executives in the state have blasted a casino research that claims new resorts would hurt lottery profits for towns and towns here. Anti-casino advocates are utilizing the study to recommend that the economic benefits of adding casinos in Massachusetts have been overstated, and that voters should repeal the casino legislation into the upcoming November ballot referendum.
Based on the research, that was released by Repeal the Casino Deal, local lottery profits could drop by just as much as 22 per cent if the new casinos are allowed to be built. Overall, the scholarly study estimates that as much as $103 million could be lost as consumers who utilized to try out the lottery change instead to gambling enterprises.
Mayors, Town Officials Reject Study
But a group led by Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno and Plainville Town Administrator Joseph Fernandes (all of whom lead towns and urban centers where casinos and slot parlors have now been approved) is rejecting these numbers, saying that other analysts came up with entirely results that are different. In accordance with the municipal leaders, any lottery losses is short-term, and would become more than offset by the newest revenues introduced Continuar leyendo «Massachusetts Mayors Blast Anti-Casino Study as Bogus»