Formerly the Host Community Advisory Committee
Guided by the Gaming Act and supported by a dedicated professional staff, our undertaking is to protect the interests of the public by ensuring the integrity of legalized gaming. We appreciate public comment and feedback as the City of Boston engages in the serious work ahead. We are dedicated to representing the interests of the City of Boston, including residents, families, businesses and visitors.
City of Boston Agreement with Mohegan Sun
The City has signed an agreement with Mohegan Sun Massachusetts. If Mohegan Sun earns the Greater Boston casino license this agreement provides for impact mitigation, capital improvements and community benefit opportunities in East Boston.
This agreement also ensures the continuation of thoroughbred racing and the preservation of an industry that has been a part of the East Boston community for generations.
City of Boston Letter to the MGC
This letter was sent by the City to the Mass Gaming Commission on April 30th with regard to the Commission's May 1st meeting agenda and intent to define the term Gaming Establishment.
City of Boston Objections to Public Hearing on Determining a Gaming Establishment
The City of Boston filed the following letter to the Massachusetts Gaming Commissioners to object to the nature of the hearing to be conducted by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission as described in the Memorandum dated April 3, 2013, entitled Determining a Gaming Establishment.
City of Boston Letter to Gaming Commission regarding Host Status Determination Process
The City filed the following letter with the Mass Gaming Commission in response to the Commission's notice of an adjudicatory hearing regarding Host Status.
The City of Boston's Comments on Mohegan Sun & Suffolk Downs Notice of Project Change filed with the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs
The City of Boston's Comments on the Wynn MA, LLC Draft Environmental Impact Report
Public comments were due to the State's Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs no later than February 11th.
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