The Chelsea Chamber of Commerce Latino Division met at the chamber office on Broadway to plan for its meeting with Suffolk Downs chief operating officer Chip Tuttle and Enrique Zuniga of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission to discuss the proposed $1 billion casino project at Suffolk and its impact on the Chelsea community. Pictured at the meeting are (seated, from left) Farida Flores (Fatima Washington Deli and Restaurant), Saritin Rizzuto (Metro Credit Union), and Rick Gordon (Allen’s Perfume). Standing (from left) are Evelyn Carmona (Rancho Las Pupusas), Eclicl Batista (EZ Telecom), Daniel Perez (King Vacuum), and Dave Peach (Peaches and Cream).
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