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- I do not think a massive redevelopment plan is likely at the Colony at this time. given the existing political and legal situations in the Town.
It may come in the future, but if the town is ever going to get some hotel taxes paid, and tourists coming into to spend their money, they should encourage and endorse a renovation and rehab of the existing buildings on the 15 acres..to the condition they were in ten years ago.
This is doable right now... Contractors have given firm estimates, and money is available now and no site plan is necessary..
It is going to be four or five years down the line before site approval, monies raised, and owner votes would ever make possible a massive development at the Colony...
- What about the Colony?
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