Representative’s from the Springfield Police Department have agreed to partake in the Open Forum Series on Tuesday February 26, 2013 at 7PM! The representatives will be addressing the police’s stance on the proposed 1am closing time for Springfield entertainment district. All are strongly encouraged to attend!
On behalf of MGM Springfield, I want to offer my sincere congratulations on a wonderful neighborhood forum. Attendance was great, the atmosphere was fun, and there was a true warmth from the entire staff that made it a memorable event. We love that you have chosen to put down roots here in Springfield and we share your belief in this city and its future. Keep up the good work, we can’t wait to come back!
Chuck Erving- MGM Representative
Bakery owner Salvatore Circosta has decided to bring conversation to the proposed 1AM curfew for the city’s entertainment district. “It is very important for people to voice their opinions on the proposed change” said Circosta. Invitations have been sent out to the mayor and a number of city councilors with confirmed appearances to be announced. The forum will be held on the 26th of February at 7pm and all are strongly encouraged to attend and voice respected opinions on the matter.
“Sal’s “Open Forum” Series at Sal’s Bakery is a wonderful opportunity for community organizations to showcase their services to the Springfield community. We applaud owner/entrepreneur, Sal Circosta and event coordinator, Brendan Reed for providing a forum for organizations, such as Springfield Technical Community College, to meet with residents and answer their questions. Kudos to Sal’s Bakery for uniquely combining business and service in such an enjoyable environment. We had a great evening and the red velvet cake wasn’t bad either!”
Louisa Davis-Freeman, Dean of Admissions
Joan Thomas, Director of Marketing & Communications