Mayor DeMaria Speaks at Gaming Commission Public Input Meeting

April 2, 2014
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"I just want to clear up a few things," said Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria. The mayor believes that the Wynn group has been very respectful to everyone in the community and the Commonwealth – contrary to what some have said.

“I just want to clear up a few things,” said Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria. The mayor believes that the Wynn group has been very
respectful to everyone in the community and the Commonwealth – contrary to what some have said.

This past Wednesday, Mayor Carlo DeMaria had the pleasure of being the first to speak at the Massachusetts Gaming Commission Public Input Meeting. Once again, Mayor DeMaria and the City of Everett showed that Wynn is the best bet for Everett and for Massachusetts.

In keeping with the Commission’s effort to ensure a fair, transparent and participatory process, the Commission invites and encourages public participation at several steps throughout Phase 2 of the application process. The public has had the opportunity to address the Commission at several host and surrounding community meetings, and will continue to have the opportunity to participate as the Category 1 (resort-casino) licenses are awarded.

“I want to personally thank the hundreds of residents and supporters from Everett who came to the meeting including city employees, public safety officials, former and current members of the City Council and School Committee, members of the Everett Chamber of Commerce, the Kiwanis, local business leaders, and of course, Everett United,” states Mayor DeMaria, “More than ever, we are united in standing up for our future and showing to the Gaming Commission that Wynn Resorts will be a strong and reliable partner for Massachusetts.”

  • Stinky Poo Poo Bear

    Let’s be serious. Not one person believes Everett will get the casino. Seriously!