Gambling commission postpones casino hearings in Everett, Revere

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The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has postponed local public hearings on $1 billion resort casinos projects proposed for Everett and Revere originally scheduled for this week.

The state’s gambling law requires the commission to hold a public hearing in a community where a casino is proposed.

“We had a number of scheduling conflicts for a number of necessary participants so we plan to reschedule for early May,” said Elaine Driscoll, the commission spokeswoman.

Wynn Resorts has proposed to build a resort casino on 37 acres of vacant industrial land along the Mystic River.

Mohegan Sun has proposed a competing plan for 42 acres on the Revere side of the Suffolk Downs horse racetrack that straddles the East Boston line.

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