Mayor Bloomberg and Borough President Markowitz are at odds over bringing casino gambling to Coney Island. Markowitz says that the People’s Playground would be a perfect fit for what he sees as a job-and-money generator for the neighborhood, but Bloomberg — who is personally opposed to gambling — say there’s no proof casinos improve the areas they’re built in.
We walked along the Boardwalk to see what both residents and visitors thought of bringing casinos to Coney Island:Reach Deputy Editor Thomas Tracy at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (718) 260-2525.
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