Bank Customers Could Cash in Big Refunds

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Bank Customers Could Cash in Big Refunds. Thousands of Citizens Bank customers who were charged questionable overdraft fees could be receiving some of that money back in their wallets. The $137 million settlement against the bank still needs court approval, but after that, customers will find out how Citizens plans to disburse the money. [WCVB]

Seth Meyers: SNL Probably Won’t Help Mitt Romney. “I can never tell. That’s for other people to guess,” Meyers says about whether appearing on “Saturday Night Live” helps candidates get elected. (He jokes that Rudy Giuliani, Sarah Palin, and John McCain all appeared on the show pre-Election Day … and we know how that turned out.) “You only know once people go to the voting booth, and being on SNL might be pretty low on their list of why they’re voting for someone, when it comes to pulling the lever. I also believe that everybody knows who they’re going to vote for now and nothing else matters.” [Daily Intel]

Concord Votes to Pass Ban on Bottled Water. The bylaw, passed last night, would ban the sale of non-sparkling, unflavored water in single-serving PET bottles of 1 liter or less in on or after Jan. 1, 2013, with an exception in case of emergencies. Up next in Concord: Cats on leashes. [Wicked Local]

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Details $500 Million Casino Plan. This morning at Taunton City Hall, the tribe revealed its $500 million plan for the Taunton casino site, which would also include three hotels, high-end retail space, and a water park. [Boston.com]

Out at BC, Rev. Bradley Schaeffer Resigns from Three More Boards. On the heels of his resignation from the Boston College Board of Trustees, Schaeffer has also stepped down from the boards at Georgetown University, Loyola University of Chicago, and Brebeuf Jesuit. [WBUR]