Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the City of Everett would like to invite all Everett residents to Everett Works: A Labor Trade Fair. Everett Works is an initiative of Mayor DeMaria to connect Everett residents with trade careers that will work on future economic developments in the City, specifically Wynn Everett.
The fair will take place on Wednesday, April 8th from 3:00-8:00PM in the Everett High School Cafeteria, 100 Elm Street. It is open to all residents who wish to gather more information on beginning a trade career, joining a labor union and getting the opportunity to work on the construction phase of the historic Wynn Everett project. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from and speak with current trade apprentices about their personal career experiences.
Information on permanent jobs and hospitality careers at the facility will also be available.
Trades that will be represented include the Carpenters Union and the members of Boston Metropolitan District Building Trades Council, which represents dozens of affiliated local trade unions and thousands of working families in Greater Boston area.
In addition to the Trade Information tables, there will also be a short speaking program by Mayor DeMaria, Wynn representatives, and experienced leaders in the trades industries. Light refreshments will be served.
For more information contact the Mayor’s Office at 617-394-2270.
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) — The Governor’s Office of Energy awarded Wynn Encore Resort and Casino a partial property tax incentive lasting 10 years for introducing energy and water savings measures for its 8,283,000 square feet of Las Vegas property.
The resort and casino received the incentive after meeting the “Gold” equivalency standards of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design from the U.S. Green Building Council, which established a rating system for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of green buildings.
To achieve LEED equivalency, Wynn Encore management ordered the installation of more efficient plumbing fixtures and fittings, established sustainability procedures to enhance operations, modified purchasing practices to favor goods with recycled content, and improved employees’ commuting practices.
These efficiency upgrades will save Wynn Encore an estimated 16% in indoor water usage. The energy efficiency measures give the resort and casino a level of energy efficiency that is better than 82% of buildings of comparable size.
The GOE decision to approve the incentive highlights the office’s ability to facilitate cooperation among stakeholders, lead initiatives to stimulate economic development, and attract energy related business ventures that include site development, energy education, and retro-fitting.
One of the many nonprofit organizations that Wynn Everett supports is the Mystic River Watershed Association. Since 2010, Mystic River Watershed Association has been actively working towards eradicating water chestnuts, an invasive plant clogging the Mystic River. In 2014, this association organized 941 volunteers to hand-pull 6,603 baskets of water chestnuts. This was in addition to thousands of tons that were removed by a mechanical harvester.
Watch a time lapsed video of the volunteers working with the Mystic River Watershed Association to clean the Mystic River.
Steve Wynn addressed a standing-room-only audience at the Global Gaming Expo delivering his insight on the gaming industry. Among the variety of subjects he explored, Mr. Wynn pointed to casinos as part of a multi-faceted tourism industry and the cause for a positive effect on job creation and tax revenue.