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Casino RFA appears to disqualify Saratoga Springs as host

Casino patrons play at a roulette table at the Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin,  in Farmington, Pa. New York State Gaming Commission officials released the eagerly anticipated request for application for casino licenses today. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)
Casino patrons play at a roulette table at the Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin, in Farmington, Pa. New York State Gaming Commission officials released the eagerly anticipated request for application for casino licenses today. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)
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State Gaming Commission officials released the eagerly anticipated request for applications for casino licenses Monday and the first pages of it appear to knock Saratoga Springs out of contention as a potential casino site. The 80-page document outlining the licensing process specifically indicates a prospective casino operator must have a resolution of support passed by the legislative body from the host community sometime after the gaming legislation was approved by state voters in November. Rob ...


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