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FOXBOROUGH

Casino back-and-forth Tuesday

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The Board of Selectmen will meet Tuesday in the Foxborough High School auditorium to discuss an Advisory Board request to rescind the selectmen’s earlier decision setting a Jan. 10 meeting with casino developer Steve Wynn. As part of that request, the town would instead hold a townwide vote to determine interest in a casino. Members of the Advisory Board have been given 10 minutes at the selectmen’s meeting to make their case, according to chairman John Gray. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. - Michele Bolton

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