The opening of the Encore Boston Harbor signals the start of a neweconomic engine quite like any other in the city’s history.
The revving up and refinement of this new engine is certain to follow.
The expected performance of the engine is such that there are almost no boundaries to the power it can and will likely generate.
The casino and hotel are certain to be a great success.
The only question is, how great a success will it be?
Great strides will be made during the first few months as the Encore folks figure out what exactly works and what exactly does not work. These Encore folks are dogged, very smart and aggressive businesspeople who know what they are doing.
What they have created here, and not enough can be said about it, is a big cut above everything that presently exists in the Greater Boston and New England nexus.
On behalf of Cindy DiLoreto and myself, we extend our thanks to the Emergency Room Staff, the 1st floor staff, the ICU and the 3rd floor staff of the Cambridge Health Alliance, formerly Whidden Hospital, for the care that was provided to our friend Mary Cataldo. Your patience, kindness, and understanding that you gave to Mary and us during her hospital stay in May will never be forgotten.
Your total commitment to caring for Mary and others gave us thesupport and encouragement knowing that she was in good hands. The City of Everett is blessed to have the Cambridge Health Alliance Hospital in our Community.
We would also like to thank Frederick Cafasso and Sons for theirsupport during this sad time. Their kindness and compassion arebeyond words.
Our thanks to Kelley at Everett Florist for taking the time to help us select the flowers for Mary’s service. Her arrangements were beautiful. We want to thank Father Gerry Osterman and Rick Randazzo for taking the time to serve at Mary’s Memorial Mass. Mary thought so highly of you.