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Delaware North appears to have forgotten funding promise made 24 years ago

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07-16-2017, 04:27 PM
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A Boston Globe columnist wants Delaware North to make things right

i hope this does not go to court.

lots of win-win opportunity here.

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Somewhat related, I read that the Patriots back in the late 60s had deal to build a new doomed stadium at South Station. They got the Bruins and Celtics on board, who were going to get a new arena there and leave the Garden, but at the last minute the Bruins said no because they did not want to give up their priority scheduling arrangement. You ever heard of that Fenway?

Somewhat related, #2, I read back in the early 60s the Patriots were all set to build a multi-use stadium to share with the Red Sox in Walpole. However, it had to remain top secret until everything was finalized, but somebody with the Pats blew the cover, a shotshow ensured, and the Sox stayed put.

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Looks like the price of hot dogs and beer might be going up

Safe to say Jacobs is now paying attention as that amount will take most of the Vegas expansion money he got.

Teen sleuths calculate TD Garden owes state $13.8 million in fund-raisers

The group of teenagers who exposed TD Garden’s failure to comply with a 1993 state mandate to raise funds for city recreation centers has calculated the organization’s obligation — and it’s a whopping figure.

$13.8 million.

The teens say that amount would help pay for a new ice skating rink in their neighborhood. They held a press conference Wednesday to make their case and take credit for their sleuthing.

“Since when is ignorance of the law an excuse not to follow the law?” asked Lorrie Pearson, 17, a member of the Hyde Square Task Force, surrounded by dozens of teens and mentors at the press conference in Jamaica Plain.

She added, “We as teens have not been respected . . . we feel that we are doing the state of Massachusetts a huge favor, but we are being treated as third-class citizens by TD Garden and state representatives.”

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