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A message from Commissioner Bruce Stebbins about workforce development and a recent tour of the New England Center for Homeless Veterans

Being a former bank, the granite building at 17 Court Street in downtown Boston is an impressive structure.  However, step beneath the canopy with the emblems of our armed service branches and through the front door, you find an even more impressive operation going on inside at the New England Center for Homeless Veterans.  Founded […]

UPDATE: MGC accepts final application for resort-casino license in Region C, publicly releases portions of final application

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission announces the acceptance of Mass Gaming & Entertainment’s final application in a two-phase application process toward the award of a resort-casino license in Region C (Southeastern Mass). The MGC has also now released public portions of the Phase 2 application. Learn more…

MassGaming provides current information for adjacent and non-adjacent Region C communities

The application for the Category 1 gaming license in Region C is due to the Commission by September 30, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. The Applicant is required to submit executed agreements with surrounding communities, as defined by Massachusetts General Law c. 23K, § 2 and the Commission’s regulations (e.g. 205 CMR 125.00) with its application, or identify in the application those communities that it believes to be surrounding communities. The applicant is simultaneously required to submit agreements with or identify Impacted Live Entertainment Venues (“ILEV”) pursuant to 205 CMR 126.00. This notice is meant to remind communities/ILEVs about important provisions of the Commission’s regulations.


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