PGCB files to kill Foxwoods license

PGCB files to kill Foxwoods license
April 29, 2010

By Kellie Patrick Gates
For PlanPhilly

Foxwoods' casino license should be revoked, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board's chief enforcement officer said during a break in a hearing in Harrisburg Thursday.

Cyrus Pitre told the press his office had just filed a petition asking the PGCB to yank the license.

Read the entire story http://planphilly.com/foxwoods-heads-harrisburg-showdown

Delaware River Waterfront Corp. & CDAG Present the Central Delaware Master Plan Progress Report to

Delaware River Waterfront Corp. and Central Delaware Advocacy Group
Present the Central Delaware Master Plan Progress Report to CDAG member communities

Meeting May 4 in Fishtown
Meeting May 5 in Pennsport

Delaware Waterfront News - Week of April 19

Central Delaware ‘POD’ rules vague, opponents say
April 20, 2010

By Thomas J. Walsh
For PlanPhilly

The not uncommon three-way power struggle between the Philadelphia City Planning Commission, various neighborhood associations and a coalition of commercial real estate developers played out again Tuesday afternoon, when the Planning Commission adopted “plan of development” (POD) regulations for the Central Delaware Riverfront Overlay District.

Delaware Waterfront News - Week of Mar. 8

Wynn makes his Foxwoods pitch
March 3, 2010

By Kellie Patrick Gates
For PlanPhilly

Philadelphia Entertainment and Development Partners and casino mogul Steve Wynn Wednesday persuaded the state gaming control board to leave Foxwoods Casino license intact as a going concern.

http://planphilly.com/steve-wynn-makes-his-foxwoods-pitch-pgc

PCPC waterfront zoning proposal on its way through council
February 23, 2010

By Kellie Patrick Gates
For PlanPhilly

Delaware Waterfront News - Week of Feb. 22

Amendment on height would benefit WTC
Feb. 14, 2010

By Kellie Patrick Gates
For PlanPhilly

The Philadelphia Planning Commission will Tuesday consider an amendment to the Central Delaware Overlay that would eliminate height restrictions on waterfront parcels between Allegheny and Oregon Avenues. …

CDAG voted Sunday not to support the amendment unless and until the planning commission can provide a list of all parcels that will lose height restrictions.



http://planphilly.com/amendment-height-would-benefit-wtc

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