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Boston GP organizer sues city for $15.5m

For a race that never actually took place, the Boston Grand Prix sure won't go away. Peacefully, at least. Former BGP CEO John Casey, who allegedly took approximately $1 million in compensation from the organization and used those funds to cover personal expenses over an 18-month period leading up to the cancelled 2016 IndyCar street race, is suing the city for damages. "In a complaint filed in Suffolk Superior Court, John Casey asks for $15.5 million in damages," according to Boston's WBGH. He claims that Austin Blackmon, Boston's Chief of Environment, Energy and Open Space, waited six months to reveal changes to a Federal Emergency Management Association flood map that affected...
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