Mass. town seeks compensation for MGM casino

The town of Longmeadow, Massachusetts, is getting involved with the proposed casino that MGM Resorts International (MGM) plans to build in the City of Springfield.
The town is seeking $1 million in upfront compensation, citing traffic issues that would result if an $800 million resort casino is built in Springfield.
Longmeadow is referring to a study for the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission by an independent engineering firm that found that Longmeadow and West Springfield would have the most impact from casino traffic among neighboring cities and towns.
The state’s gambling law requires casino developers to negotiate mitigation agreements with surrounding communities.


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