Massachusetts Gaming Commission Allows for Delayed Revere Vote

Massachusetts Gaming Commission Allows for Delayed Revere Vote

A rendering that is 3-D of proposed Suffolk Downs casino, now planned for Revere with partner Mohegan Sun (Image: Wendy Maeda/Boston Globe)

They state the household constantly wins, and right now, prospective casino operators Suffolk Downs and Mohegan Sun are surely for a winning streak in Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Gaming Commission unanimously authorized a waiver to the standing deadline for operators to register applications including certified referendum results from their host communities by the end of the year.

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That December 31 deadline was likely to be a real issue with the Suffolk Downs casino proposal. While the gaming commission ended up being prepared to enable the competition track and partner Mohegan Sun the opportunity to build a casino solely on land in the city of Revere, it also consented that the original vote taken earlier in the day in 2010 was for a significantly different proposal. As such, a new vote was needed one that would not manage to be held ahead of the year-end deadline.

Your decision was one that the panel said they made in an attempt become as fair as possible to all sides. On November 5, both East Boston and Revere voted on whether or not to approve a Suffolk Downs casino that could have been primarily and very nearly entirely located on the Boston side of the edge between the two communities. East Boston residents voted against that proposi (more…)

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