Promoters of a private casino are betting they have a better story than in 2010.
If insanity is repeating the same behavior and expecting a
different result, the people behind a proposal to develop a private
casino in Wood Village might seem a little crazy.
The Secretary of State's office announced this morning that only one of the two initiatives that would clear the way for a casino at the old dog track in east Multnomah County has gathered enough signatures to make Oregon's Nov. 2 ballot. In this case, one out of two isn't good enough to get the casino into the Wood Village site because both initiatives require voter approval for the gambling ...
The backers supporting a casino at the old dog track in east Multnomah County today unveiled drawings today of what the gambling joint would look like if Oregon voters OK the idea on Nov. 2 (and if casino supporters are right that voter approval this fall of Measure 75 is all that's needed to put the casino in Wood Village.) The press release and the drawings released by the Good For Oregon ...