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Cannon Street Cleanup
The New Bedford legislative delegation is demanding action by the Mass. Department of Environmental Protection to come up with a plan for the cleanup of the Cannon Street Power Station site on the city's waterfront. The site is owned by Eversource, formerly NSTAR...
City Leaders Optimistic
Disappointed but not demoralized. That's how Mayor Jon Mitchell describes his feeling toward the decision by KG Urban Enterprises to withdraw its bid for a New Bedford casino development. The Mayor was joined by a group of business leaders on Friday at City Hall to discuss what happens next...
Crosby on Region C
When KG Urban withdrew their plans for a New Bedford casino, Brockton was left as the only remaining candidate for the Region C casino license. Thursday, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission decided to stick with the previously established September deadline before entering applications into Phase Two...
Candidate Critical Of Mayor
Mayoral candidate Maria Giesta said KG Urban's proposed casino project for New Bedford was a golden opportunity to bring jobs and investment to the city. But now that the developer's application for a casino license has been withdrawn, Giesta says Mayor Jon Mitchell could have done more to keep the project alive...
Officials Mull Future
BOSTON (AP) _ Massachusetts gambling regulators are weighing what to do next now that developers of a proposed New Bedford casino abruptly dropped out of the competition. The state Gaming Commission met Thursday after New York-based developers KG Urban Enterprises notified them late Wednesday that they were withdrawing their plans for a $650 million Foxwoods-operated casino because of an inability
Commission Accepts Withdrawal
KG Urban's efforts to obtain a Region C Casino license officially came to an end on Thursday when the Massachusetts Gaming Commission voted 5-0 to accept the company's letter to withdraw from the process.

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