In its announcement, Board Chairman, William Ryan stated that it
was in the "best interest of the people of Pennsylvania"
to proceed with the application process since it appears that
recent legislation, considered by the Pennsylvania General
Assembly, which would have amended the current gaming law and
allowed the vacant license to be located anywhere within the
Commonwealth, is unlikley to move forward.
The license fees to operate a casino with up to 5000 slot
machines and 250 table games, totals $66.5 million
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