There will be a meeting tonight hosted by Holliston officials. The meeting will
discuss the possibility of building a casino in Milford. Residents in nearby
areas are invited to attend the meeting.
Crossroads Resort will cost an estimated $850 million to build. When completed,
it would offer 176,000 square feet of gaming. There will also be a hotel with
350 guest rooms. The proposed casino will be located off of Interstate 495.
Representatives from the local government as well as Senator Karen Spilka and
state Representative Carolyn Dykema will be in attendance. The meeting is to
inform the public about the casino plans and receive public opinion. Residents
of Millford will have the opportunity to vote in favor or against the casino.
However, residents of the surrounding area will have to wait until election time
to cast their ballots.
The meeting will be held at Robert H. Adams Middle School. That is located at
323 Woodland St. in Holliston. The meeting will begin at 7:30PM.
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