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Maryland Slots Commission To Meet Today

September 28th, 2011 by WCBC Radio

While three proposals have been submitted to the state for consideration for a slots license at Rocky Gap State Park, it won’t be known how many meet all of the minimum requirements until officials scrutinize the applications prior to the Maryland slots commission meeting today. The Rocky Gap site is the smallest in the state, allowing just 1,500 machines. At Friday’s deadline for rfp’s a total of three were received: The former Democratic Party Chairman Nathan Landow is applying to run a slots casino with 500 machines: Evitts Resorts out of Texas is applying to operate 850 machines; and Allegany Entertainment Group and Potts Gaming which is offering to run a casino with 200 machines. The partnership is headed by Vincent Tagliabracci. Commission Chair Donald Fry said only one of those applicants is required to pay the license fee…





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