Another loser reporter that refuses to acknowledge any truth what so ever about why Pinnacle really failed.
How About: Is There One Real Detroit Journalist That Has The Balls To Report Truth?
This man refuses to pay his bills, let the the HBPA pay Pinnacle’s but can fund a CASINO?
I told them time and time again. Nobody listens.
The 2012 racing application for Pinnacle has been withdrawn.
Larry Julian on October 5, 2011 advised the MGCB that circumstances beyond his control have made impossible to meet deadlines. Larry expressed his appreciation to HBPA for their support and cooperation received from MGCB while he attempted to meet application requirements. Larry went on to say ” I remain positive that Pinnacle will again be a premier racing facility with additional gaming and remain optimistic in its future”.
And the saddening and more than sickening situation that affects all Thoroughbred Horsemen/Women continues on. Continue reading
Gorham said the Campbells are currently trying to work out a deal with the HBPA and the Michigan Gaming and Control Board to host a 2011 race meet.
Many right now would like to know what Bob Gorham is talking about? Including other Board Members. Pinnacle has met with the MGCB, but neither them nor Campbell will discuss a thing with the MIHBPA. So why is Bob Gorham telling the BloodHorse that Pinnacle is in negotiations with the HBPA?
Communication Breakdown, It’s always the same,
I’m having a nervous breakdown, Drive me insaaaaaaaaaaaaaane!
Article published at MonroeNews.com on Nov 6, 2010
Indian tribe seeks federal status in Huron Township
Monday the Detroit News came out with three articles on Greektown all written by Jaclyn Trop.
Sunday is the last Live Racing Day for the 2010 season. A season filled with much anxiety, stress and uncertainty.
This was a Report given to The House of Representatives in October 1999 about and directly on Horse Racing. 11 Years Ago
Prepared by: Craig Thiel, Fiscal Analyst October 1999
Mitchell E. Bean, Interim Director – HOUSE FISCAL AGENCY
Tom Gantert going in circles on his now SERIES? LOL
Now we are talking what is Horse Racing’s real issues and problem here in the State of Michigan.
State Officials use the Law finally to help a Troubled Business Officials from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation – the state’s flagship economic development agency – changed their mind about not giving a now-financially troubled race track millions in tax subsidies. This came after an original rejection of the deal by the MEDC led to queries from top Wayne County executives and the governor’s office.
Thank God somebody has come to their senses.
DEMANDS, DEMANDS, DEMANDS
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$, More $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$, More $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Where and when does all this insanity stop?
That is what this was. Holding Thoroughbred Racing Hostage in Michigan.
I thought maybe a funeral march was in order in the back round for this blog, considering the Huron Township article is talking about our so-called FATE. Envisioning Jerry Campbell singing this not of a woman but Pinnacle.
Blog Posted Aug. 26th @8:40pm
Gary Tinkle on the HBPA site brought up this point last year on how Governor Granholm and Michigan can give The Movie Industry a 42% tax break from Graholm to exist here. Which cost Mi. $120 Million in Revenue. But Horse Racing got 0% Tax break, which brings in over $400 Million.
And I put it in Several Blogs. October 29, 2009
July 19, 2010…
But now The Detroit News’s Nolan Finely has taken notice as well.
Last Updated: August 26. 2010 1:00AM
The time and date for Chairman Ed Boike’s meeting is still being worked out, said the source, who agreed to speak to Crain’s on condition of anonymity.