1. The Milford Selectmen are set to vote on a 130 page document that lays out the agreement between Milford and Foxwoods. If the board votes Monday to approve the 130-page community agreement,
it will set in motion a town-wide vote on the $1 billion development by
the end of November.
2. Foxwoods will pay Milford $30 million in up-front payments for community
development, as well as at least another $25 million in real estate
taxes every year after it opens. Additional payments will go to
town departments that will add staff and equipment, including police and
fire. A $2.5 million fund will be created to help homeowners near the
site if they lose value on homes.