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A few public service ads is not enough to stop the problem. Now, a similar optimism for gambling casinos has given some supporters a glimmer of hope that it will eventually transform south Brooklyn into Las Vegas East. I wonder if such people feel the same about their own neighborhood. We know that gamblers find ways to gamble anyway. And while it might be just sitting there all empty and waiting for your grand scheme, there are those pesky little things again to take into consideration…. Prices in Coney Island are a bit absurd. I hear ya on the social issues of gambling. Three things need to be legalized, gambing, prostitution, and medical marijuana just like in california. Yeah — and really improve our neighborhood. Oh, and I know nothing about this area…. CI is coming back, casino or no casino. This will greatly help the economy. Its referred to as the Aqueduct casino, but there are no table games and no dealers. You know this how? They really coud have used it in the Catskills. There is no unclaimed, free to be used for whatever YOU want property. And i mean that in both a positive and negative fashion. Where do you think they should put them? I moved from Brooklyn to this tiny town on the Mississippi River, a town that was drowning. Initially, a single casino could turn it into a gambling hot spot, but unless additional casinos open and Coney Island undergoes other drastic development, it is unlikely it would overtake Atlantic City, Connecticut, the Poconos or the possible rivalry of the Catskills, as a prime gambling resort. Times Square finally came back but it took 50 years for it to do so! Social centers, churchs, civic organizations, etc. The spot of the old Thunderbolt rollercoaster, just before the stadium. It may only be a few dollars here and there or a C-note or two once in a while, but the constant craving adds up and ultimately takes its toll. The Cyclones play at night. Now they have a vibrant economy, decent jobs, decent standard of living. We need a catalyst. Your suggestion show that you have no idea of which you speak of. Secondary businesses and merchants get a temporary revenue boost, but the money spent for a few months is not enough to sustain the neighborhood year round. Are you hiding in my pocket? Yes to put buses. Politicians and local activists anticipated the arrival of a minor league baseball team as the beginning of a Coney Island renaissance. Your comments about problems can apply to ANY neighborhood. If and when a Coney Island casino is approved, the area will also have to be rezoned because it is currently only regulated for hotels and an amusement area. There are zoning laws in place. The old Washington Bathhouse and the huge parking lot accompanying it. Nowhere to put it? With the addition of a casino, Sea Gate residents will surely add more security to guarantee the safety of their gated community at the west end of Coney Island. And by the way, it would have taken you but a moment to look up and find out for your self that Abe Stark the skating rink is open. As a bonus, at least there is a venue that bands I actually heard of play at. Compulsive gambling is a real problem and that will increase with gambling here. For the first time in a lifetime, there is a growth momentum going on. Zoning laws. The spot of the old Thunderbold, just before the stadium. Too much if you ask me, some of them seem to have nothing to do. The latter could easily be solved with parking lots that would also generate additional revenues. Nothing to it. Or on my bike ride on the Boardwalk from Brighton to Seagate most mornings before sunrise. It was a good anchor and is a cash cow. The businesses on the boardwalk are rebuilding. It will help a big one though — revenue for the city. Your view of CI and the readers view is way too pessimistic. A subsequent measure to stipulate where the new casinos may be located should be introduced and debated in the near future. The lots owned by Joe Sitt, up from Nathans. Two huge lots which presently have flea markets. Where are they going to build the casinos? This is an absolutely critical time for CI. Let them schlep to Aquaduct and keep this garbage out of our yard — either that, or bring back the gambling boat. Legislation passed by state lawmakers included a Constitutional amendment allowing for up to seven casino-type gaming facilities statewide. The skating rink, which is always rumored to close. Perhaps daytime events would. Nevertheless, in order to amend the state Constitution, legislators must take up the measure and pass the amendment again next year before it earns a spot on the ballot for voters to approve in the general election. It was seriously deteriorating. After the game, there is usually no reason to stay in Coney Island. God bless America. It will definitely come back but maybe not within our lifetimes. More companies were brought in, in various industries, with jobs for all skill levels. OK — bring in more junkies and garbage. Discounting issues of sanitation alone is enough to really just make me discount you as someone who is concerned no matter what you claim about their neighborhood.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} For a reason. If you ever went by it yourself you would know this. A huge huge lot. Are you with me when I do my volunteer work at Surf Solomon? Hmm, probably people stay around Friday nights for fireworks. Furthermore, law enforcement will have to step up to protect gamblers when they exit the casino. Are you offering your backyard? It made absolutely no real quality of life impact what-so-ever. Well, they got gambling in this town, and it really turned it around. When keyspan opened did it get rid of the prostitutes and junkies that used to hangout at Surf from 19th — 21st streets? Coney Island maxed out? Development of a park and the return of the Carousel by the Parachute Jump. Right now. More traffic also means more police assigned to the area. Traffic pattern studies. Nobody has to schlep to NJ or CT. Summer is fine in CI. It may be optimistic to entice free-spending tourists once a casino opens, but the last thing anyone wants is for Coney Island to become a draw for connoisseur and novice criminals, who might congregate there for an opportunity to prey on gleeful winners as well as glum losers. Friedman is a veteran reporter and photographer, and spent 15 years as an editor for a Brooklyn weekly newspaper. Neil S. This is a great one. Coney Island will likely be on that list, but it could be in turf war for the bid with the troubled Aqueduct race track, a few miles east of Brooklyn, which has also been mentioned as a potential site. I read local blogs like here! On top of Nathans? There are a variety of amusments to enjoy on a summer night after a game. New businesses on Surf Avenue. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Some politicians and developers might also be salivating with visions of profits and revenues dancing in their heads to pump up state, city and personal assets, hoping a casino would be the spark needed to resurrect Coney Island to the distinction it had as a resort destination before it was transformed into a gaudy amusement area a century ago. You can barely make your way through the boardwalk crowd. These comments are just illogical. Like the population across the street.