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Reader Poll Starting  September 25, 2000

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#1. On October 2, 2000, they will implode the old El Rancho Casino/Hotel. Are you in favor of imploding this 48-year-old Las Vegas landmark or would you like to see someone fix it up and operate a nostalgia type casino? Why or Why Not?

*  It's about time the North end tries to catch up to the South end. Blow that sucker up!!!!!!!!!   Arnold Gutierrez

I would like to see someone refurbish the El Rancho Casino/Hotel. Las Vegas has changed so much within the past twenty years. It would be nice to have a hotel landmark which operates as a nostalgia type casino. Thanks, Chochynadl

*  My friends and I have been calling the old El Rancho "the fence" for the last several years. The place is an eyesore and it is time to tear it down. Personally I never cared for it when it was in its hayday.   HBHWANGO

*  Fix it up!! I recently visited the new Aladdin and was unimpressed. It is now just another expensive sprawling hotel with shops. I have started going downtown more because it is the old Las Vegas. Good casinos that pay out! I love Westward Ho and the Stardust too. I hate to see Vegas turn into Disney World. I wish someone would fix up the Old Rancho just like it used to be!  Michael Stevens; Kathryn Stevens

*  NO. Does Vegas want to destroy all of its Historical sites.  rvegas

*  Of course implode it. It should of been done long ago. The north end of the strip will be the new "hot spot" in 5 to 10 years with the new Desert Inn and the rebuilding of the Frontier area. El Rancho has been an eyesore for a long time.  Benny Low

*  I like keeping some of the older parts of Las Vegas in tact.  New is good but sometimes history is nice to look at also.  Betty M.


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