Wynn Resorts is facing the outcome of a year long investigation into allegations that key executives, including Steve Wynn lied before the Massachusetts Gaming Commission when vying with Suffolk Downs for the right to a state gaming license.
If, in fact, this is the case, Wynn Resorts cannot be found suitable to continue holding the gaming license issued to it some months back by the MGC.
To this end, there is a battle now ongoing in Superior Court in Las Vegas between Steve Wynn’s lawyers, and lawyer’s for the MGC, who will be meeting next week to untangle the web of legalize holding up the MGC from issuing their long awaited report on Wynn Resorts suitability.
A School Committee hearing originally scheduled for December 26 or December 27, has apparently been re-scheduled to January 2, 2019.
It is expected that the next session of the School Committee will have at list one discussion held behind closed doors referring to the recent changes that have gone on having to do with the superintendent.
Mrs. Janet Gauthier, the acting superintendent, has been getting settled in her new seat since the retirement of Frederick F. Foresteire last week.