Blatstein Casino Approval Would Bring 3,500 Jobs

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ORGANIZED-labor leaders were evident at casino presentation. Local 98’s John Dougherty, center, shares moment with Mark Nevins and Adrian King.

MARTIN SIZEMORE shares optimism with AFL-CIO President Pat Eiding and Building Trades President Pat Gillespie.

WELCOMING job opportunities presented by new casino were John Ruane and FOP President John McNesby.

WILLIAM SASSO and Bart Blatstein welcome attendees to unveiling of “The Provence” casino planned for Inquirer Building site.

“JOBS, JOBS, JOBS” were first words said by Council President Darrell Clarke, center, when he addressed gathering at casino-plan unveiling. With him are Councilwoman Cindy Bass and developer Bart Blatstein.

CASINO developer Bart Blatstein welcomes State Rep. Dwight Evans and Bill Miller.

SECOND CASINO will benefit all Philadelphians was consensus of these attendees with Bart Blatstein. From left are State Rep. Dwight Evans, Councilman Kenyatta Johnson and LDC 332’s Sam Staten, Jr.

ENJOYING gathering were Councilwoman Maria Quiñones-Sánchez and City Commission Chair Stephanie Singer.

REALTOR-developer Barbara Capozzi and her husband Frank Scaramuzza discuss economic benefits of second casino coming to Phila. with Carpenters Guy Pagliacelli at Blatstein casino unveiling.

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2 Responses to Blatstein Casino Approval Would Bring 3,500 Jobs

  1. No, no, no. This is the last place to put a casino.
    How can the City uphold this and who is to benefit? How much are the powers that be being paid to support this?
    It seems interesting to see who is involved. John Dougherty, Darrell Clarke … who else? I will wait and see if Philadelphia is continuing to deal in politics with payoffs as usual. It sure looks that way.

    Alice H Shockley
    November 2, 2012 at 8:09 am

  2. I’m all for jobs, jobs, jobs. But where will casino goers park? Will there be FREE parking or will visitors have to pay outrageous prices?
    This enterprise will certainly benefit the City with revenue.

    Arletha Jones-Pickens
    November 7, 2012 at 10:47 pm

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