The Mohegan Tribe's new office in Palmer, Massachusetts, where the Tribe is planning on bidding for a casino if casino gambling becomes legalized in that state. Tiles in front of the office were replaced yesterday morning and the office has recently been painted. Mohegan representatives are planning on being in the Palmer office three days per week beginning May 18th, according to an MTGA public relations employee we spoke with in the new Palmer office.
The Mohegans have also entered into a 99-year lease for a 152-acre site in Palmer. "We're spending several million dollars at this stage is reasonable for the risk and investment that proceeds," Paul Brody, vice president of development for the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, said last Fall."
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