Mayor warns ‘veto’ of any disruption to embattled $2.4B Wynn casino project in Boston Harbor

TRD New York /
Apr.April 13, 2018 12:42 PM

The mayor of Everett wants to stay the course with the embattled Wynn Resorts casino coming to his corner of Boston Harbor. The company’s CEO is reportedly weighing selling the project off, much to the chagrin of mayor Carlo DeMaria, who wants to hold the company to the promises it already made to him to secure its lease. Wynn Resorts is currently weathering an investigation into its integrity and financial stability as well as accusations of sexual harassment against its founder, Steve Wynn, whose name will likely be removed from its Massachusetts license. [Boston Globe]


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