Residents of the East Boston neighborhood and the city of Revere will decide Tuesday whether to allow Suffolk Downs to go forward with its bid for a $1 billion casino at the 78-year-old thoroughbred race track.
The project recently received a setback when casino operator Caesars Entertainment withdrew amid concerns raised during a background check by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. Suffolk Downs says it will name a new partner by year’s end.
If voters say yes, Suffolk Downs could compete with proposals in Milford and Everett for the sole eastern Massachusetts resort casino license "
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