Massachusetts Gaming Commission approves Boston Wynn. 3-0 Thursday to approve the Wynn Resort casino to be built. Wynn Everett and Mayor Walsh.The Vegas-based casino operator received 86 percent of the 6,153 votes from Everett city voters who gave their approval of Wynn's casino proposal.
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The voters in the city of Everett, Massachusetts were asked to vote on whether or not they want a Wynn Casino to be constructed in their town, and the answer was loud.Just days after it was announced, that the Wynn Resorts casino plan for Everett beat a joint Mohegan Sun and Suffolk Downs plan for Revere, the racetrack is closing.Voters in Everett overwhelmingly approved an agreement between city officials and Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn, who wants to build a $1.2 billion.
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Citizens of Everett, Massachussets approved Steve Wynn’s plan to build a $1.2 billion casino on a vacant plot of land that once was home to a Monsanto Chemical site.Casino mogul Steve Wynn,. Wynn Everett, by the. receive “host community” status so residents of the Charlestown neighborhood could vote on the casino.BOSTON — The city of Boston refused to accept a $1 million check to help offset the impact of the resort casino planned for neighboring Everett,. vote. Wynn said.