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23 Dec Posted by in Recent News, Revere Happenings | Comments

Revere would receive $33m down payment, $25m to $30m a year, under Mohegan Sun proposal

Revere would receive $33m down payment, $25m to $30m a year, under Mohegan Sun proposal

By Mark Arsenault |  GLOBE STAFF     DECEMBER 23, 2013 REVERE — Connecticut casino giant Mohegan Sun would pay the City of Revere $33 million upfront, as well as annual payments of at least $25 million to $30 million under a deal announced today for a gambling resort at the Suffolk Downs racetrack. The […]

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23 Dec Posted by in Revere Happenings | Comments

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to All !

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to All !

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20 Dec Posted by in Recent News | Comments

Gambling panel formally OK’s new Revere casino vote

Gambling panel formally OK’s new Revere casino vote

Decision keeps Suffolk Downs proposal alive By Mark Arsenault|  GLOBE STAFF   DECEMBER 19, 2013   The state gambling commission this morning formally approved a waiver for Mohegan Sun and the city of Revere to permit another casino referendum in the city, probably in February. The waiver lifts one element of a year-end deadline for final casino […]

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11 Dec Posted by in Recent News | Comments

Compromise Keeps Casino Proposal Alive

Compromise Keeps Casino Proposal Alive

The caveat being that Revere must take another vote for the new Mohegan Sun proposal, and that the Commission would give the new proposal a waiver for its Dec. 31 application deadline – a waiver that would only allow them to turn in the results of the vote after the deadline.

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04 Dec Posted by in Recent News, Revere Happenings | Comments

Suffolk Downs casino proposal not dead yet

Suffolk Downs casino proposal not dead yet

By Adrian Walker|  GLOBE COLUMNIST    DECEMBER 04, 2013   The hallway of the giant convention center in South Boston was the scene of a friendly takeover Tuesday. Half the prominent lobbyists in town had descended on the center, the site of a meeting of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. The panel’s mission was to decide whether […]

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