Massachusetts Transportation Secretary Backs Wynn Resorts Key Permit Application
Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation Stephanie Pollack said in a page to environmental officials that gambling operator Wynn Resorts has addressed all traffic issues which could arise from the construction of its $1.7-billion casino in Everett in an manner that is adequate.
Ms. Pollack penned in her page that the more Boston area is afflicted by quite comprehensive research over days gone by 10 years roughly and serious traffic problems was indeed posed prior to luxury hotel and casino ended up being proposed. Based on the Transportation Secretary such long-term dilemmas could be well resolved ‘through a regional working group.’
The state additionally argued that Wynn Resorts’ plan includes solutions for many short-term issues and that the gambling operator is provided the green light to proceed because of the construction of its home without being required to deal with long-lasting ones existing long before it had been awarded the casino license for the Grater Boston area.
Ms. Pollack’s letter arrived shortly after Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey sent her own page to Matthew Beaton, state Secretary of Energy and ecological Affairs, asking the official to keep down his decision on whether Wynn Resorts is provided a key ecological license. Mr. Beaton is anticipated to announce their decision no later than Friday, August 28.