Second mini-casino license winning bid is another state budget boon

Second mini-casino license winning bid is another state budget boon

After just two runs through the first round of bidding for the right to build a Category 4 so-called “mini-casino,” total bids have exceeded the minimum expected amount from the entire first round. The second right to a license was obtained Wednesday by Stadium Casino, LLC, for a winning bid of $40.1 million.

Wednesday, January 24, 2018/Author: Jason Gottesman
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First category 4 license goes for $50.1 million, locates in York County

First category 4 license goes for $50.1 million, locates in York County

The first round of bidding for Pennsylvania’s newest brand of casinos started Wednesday just prior to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board’s regular meeting and the winning bid went to Mountain View Thoroughbred Racing Association, a subsidiary of Penn National Gaming that operates Hollywood Casino in Grantville, Pennsylvania, just outside of Hershey.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018/Author: Jason Gottesman
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Allegheny County state legislative delegation activity for October 23

Allegheny County state legislative delegation activity for October 23

The state House and Senate concluded legislative action for the 2017-2018 state budget this week. 

Here's how the Pittsburgh and Allegheny County delegation voted on key budget bills. 

Friday, October 27, 2017/Author: Alanna Koll
Full slate of budget-balancing bills await Gov. Wolf’s action

Full slate of budget-balancing bills await Gov. Wolf’s action

It took almost four months beyond the traditional June 30 deadline, but House lawmakers on Thursday wrapped up sending a full slate of budget-balancing bills to Gov. Tom Wolf’s desk in what is likely their last best effort to end the FY 2017-2018 budget process.

Thursday, October 26, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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Lawmakers send budget-balancing bills to governor, but gaming bill remains for one more day

Lawmakers send budget-balancing bills to governor, but gaming bill remains for one more day

After 118 days, lawmakers on Wednesday sent to Gov. Tom Wolf a package of bills aimed at helping the end the budget impasse and providing funding for state related universities.

 

However, a gaming expansion bill that was said to provide around $200 million in the first year for the current year’s state budget was unable to get a vote in the House as the chamber pushed up against its 11:00 p.m. deadline.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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