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After being spurned by officials in Boxborough, Danvers and Salisbury, Cordish Cos. of Baltimore has reached an agreement with Leominster officials that could land the city a slots parlor. Meanwhile, Mass Gaming & Entertainment, which could not reach a similar agreement with Worcester officials for a slots facility in the city, has secured an agreement with Millbury for a planned $200-million development near the Shoppes at Blackstone Valley mall. They and the developers of planned slots facilities in Plainville and Raynham will vie for the sole slots license that was approved as part of the 2011 gaming expansion law. So, this week's Flash Poll question asks:
Which of the two Central Massachusetts communities – Leominster or Millbury - would be better suited for a slots parlor?
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