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**Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is effective March 10, 2017 and is subject to change. All Rates and APR’s are calculated based on a $250,000
loan for an owner occupied single family dwelling with 20% down payment. Rates are also based on Loan to Value and Credit Scores. The
monthly principal and interest payment for 15 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage is $7.15 per $1,000 borrowed. Monthly principal and interest
payment for 30 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage is $4.99 per $1,000 borrowed. These payments do not include taxes and insurance. Your payment
may be greater if the loan is secured by a first lien.
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617.381.3615 or 617.381.3616
419 Broadway • Everett
771 Salem Street • Lynnfield
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Wynn: Mass. SJC decision “has
no impact” on construction
By Brendan Clogston
T
he decision made by the
state’s highest court to al-
low a lawsuit challengingWynn
Resorts’gambling licensetopro-
ceed will not impact construc-
tion at the site, casino officials
stated. “The recent decision has
no impact on our construction,”
said Wynn’s Senior Vice Presi-
dent of Marketing and Commu-
nications, Michael Weaver, in a
statement. “We are on schedule
and pleased with our construc-
tion progress. We look forward
to opening June 2019.”
Last Friday, theMassachusetts
Supreme Judicial Court allowed
a lawsuit by Wynn’s erstwhile
competitor for the sole Eastern
Massachusetts casino license,
Mohegan Sun, to be heard by
Superior Court Judge Janet
Sanders. Mohegan Sun is alleg-
ingthat theMassachusettsGam-
ing Commission violated state
gaming laws and disregarded
judgement criteria to show “fa-
vorable” treatment to theWynn
project over Mohegan’s.
In a statement, the Gaming
Commissionaffirmed that“each
license award was based solely
Council President Anthony DiPierro (shown right) enjoys his 22nd
birthday bash and fundraiser at Anthony’s ofMaldenwithhis father,
Jerry (left), and Stacy and Mayor Carlo DeMaria. See more photo
highlights from the event in next week’s Everett Advocate.
(Advocate photo by Ross Scabin)
Happy Birthday,
Mr. Council President
WYNN
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