As of December 17 and Their Response was:
“We have received the letter from the Attorney General and do not agree with the state’s analysis. We are open for business and have no further comment at this time.”
Bay Mills Tribal Chairman, Jeff Parker
Silence is golden, golden, but my eyes still see.
Something is not right with this whole story.
Monday the Detroit News came out with three articles on Greektown all written by Jaclyn Trop.
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Detroit Free Press
Posted: Nov. 5, 2010
New casino opening catches many off guard.www.baymillsnews.com, tribal chairman Jeff Parker announced the opening.
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That Smile, That Fight, that Fire.
Sunday is the last Live Racing Day for the 2010 season. A season filled with much anxiety, stress and uncertainty.
Tom Gantert going in circles on his now SERIES? LOL
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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
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$, More $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$, More $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
That is what this was. Holding Thoroughbred Racing Hostage in Michigan.
Enraged is the only word to describe this horror story. But what infuriates me even more is that Animal Control visited this farm several times over a month ago. One horse was so emaciated it couldn’t be even saved.
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.
HURON TWP: Questions surface regarding fate of Pinnacle Race Course (with videos)
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
MICHIGAN IS TOO BROKE TO FUND HORSE RACING.
July 19, 2010…
Indiana Downs Sets Handle Record. ANYBODY LISTENING MICHIGAN?
But now The Detroit News’s Nolan Finely has taken notice as well.
Last Updated: August 26. 2010 1:00AM
Michigan woos films, but lets horse racing tracks wither
From The Detroit News: http://www.detnews.com/article/20100826/OPINION03/8260339/1467/OPINION01/Michigan-woos-films–but-lets-horse-racing-tracks-wither#ixzz0xlgUtZmg
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.
After all the Governor wants to kill us off anyway.