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Application Deadline Pushed Back For Region C Casino

The state Gaming Commission now says it will push back the next deadline for casino applications in the Fall River-New Bedford area to at least late September.

At a meeting at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston on Thursday, the Commission pushed back an application deadline in Southeastern Massachusetts from July 23rd to at least Sept

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TSM - Steve Galloway, Gaming Market Advisors
TSM - Steve Galloway, Gaming Market Advisors

KG Urban Enterprises Talks Casino Jobs In New Bedford

 

K-G Urban Enterprises, and its team of experts was in New Bedford Monday night, explaining the project to a City Council committee.

The Special Committee on Employment Opportunites wanted know more about projected jobs at the Cannon Street Power Station, the site eyed by K-G Urban for a waterfront casino.

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Feds Send $10 Million To Mass. For Restoration Projects

 

Massachusetts has received $10.4 million in federal funding for four ecological restoration projects stemming from last year's Superstorm Sandy.
 
    The projects are all located on Cape Cod or southeastern Massachusetts.
 

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photo - Mass. Gaming Commission Chairman Stephen Crosby
photo - Mass. Gaming Commission Chairman Stephen Crosby

Gaming Commission Sets Application Deadline For So. Mass. Casino

The state's Gambling Commission has set a Sept. 30 deadline for commercial developers seeking a casino license in Southeastern Massachusetts to submit applications. 

Under a timetable set by the panel on Thursday, companies will have until that date to submit a preliminary application along with a $400,000 application fee

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Gaming Commission Chair Stephen Crosby
Gaming Commission Chair Stephen Crosby

Gaming Panel Opens Casino Process in S.E. Mass. To Commercial Developers

The state gaming commission has voted to open the door for commercial developers to apply for casino licenses in southeastern Massachusetts, a region reserved until now for a federally-recognized Indian tribe

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gettyimages - Stephen Crosby, Gaming Commission Chair
gettyimages - Stephen Crosby, Gaming Commission Chair

Casino Panels Weighs Opening SE Mass. License

The state's gaming commission could soon make a major decision affecting the future of casino gambling in southeastern Massachusetts.
 
    At issue is whether to allow commercial developers to pursue the sole casino license allowed in the region under the state's 2011 gambling law

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Gaming Commission Chair Stephen Crosby - Getty Images

Gaming Commission Set To Approve Commercial Developers For Southeast Region

The state gambling commission appears poised to end the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe's exclusive right to develop a casino in southeastern Massachusetts.
 
    But the Massachusetts Gaming Commission declined to vote Tuesday on opening up the region to bids from commercial casino developers

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Crucial Week For Southcoast Casino Plans

The week ahead could be crucial for the casino process in southeastern Massachusetts.
 
    Gov. Deval Patrick and the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe say they have an agreement in principle on a new compact that could be signed in the coming days and help jumpstart the tribe's proposal to build a resort casino in Taunton

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