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Prospective restaurateurs seek liquor license - Sentinel ...

I thought the Blue Marlin was good, but the prices were comparable to Legal Seafood. That is going to be a very occasional stop for folks in Leominster, especially given the options for great seafood in the area. I hope that The Blue Marlin is retooled successfully. Credit should be given to the owner for her commitment to the business. Having a number of options downtown is critical to Leominster's continued improvement. I am sure, since the restaurant is owned by a Leominster native and successful restauranteur, that the owner understands that the success of the restaurant has a great impact on the city and its downtown. It was promising to read that four businesses are looking for licenses in Leominster. All four, given their stylings and locations, sound like they would do well in the city. Good luck to all. The contributions will be great for Leominster.  (Nov 11, 2008 | post #5)

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Leominster councilor eyes return to leadership - Sentinel...

Should Wayne be elected by his fellow councilors, I hope that he has a successful term as president. Wayne has always worked hard for his ward and his city and certainly knows the ropes.  (Nov 8, 2008 | post #2)

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Fitchburg State campus center gets $900K in upgrades - Se...

Fitch1 is probably right. This money was spent months ago and the ribbon cutting was simply a gathering to celebrate the improvements. But, in all seriousness, even if this project were just announced it should not cause alarm. These are the kind of projects that we should all be happy are being completed...any state money not spent on creating a semi-closed economy in Boston (Big Dig, matching tax cuts for companies that stay/move to the city) is good by me. Strengthening the local colleges is a long-term investment in the areas where they are located.  (Oct 30, 2008 | post #4)

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