“We need to be able to act quickly, and we need to be able to act in concert,” state Rep. Carolyn Dykema told a packed auditorium at the middle school.
The Holliston Democrat and two other legislators hosted the forum to explain how area communities can protect themselves if a casino lands in their backyards.
Many in the audience wanted to talk about how they don’t want casinos, but organizers steered the discussion toward how towns can cope with them.
“We’d like to talk more about mitigation and less about just say no,” Holliston selectmen Chairman Jay Marsden said.
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Should Franklin prepare too?
Or wait until there is a definite proposal for a location to respond to?