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Gaming Commission posts, removes casino proposals from website

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The state Gaming Commission briefly released today the 17 casino applications received last month from developers proposing projects across upstate New York. The commission had to take them off the Internet a few hours later because of technical problems, according to a message posted this afternoon on its Twitter account. The commission expects the proposals to again be available tomorrow at http://gaming.ny.gov/gaming/casinos.php. "Due to tech issues, we had to temporarily take down the casino applications," ...


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dagiacalone
July 31, 2014
11:25 p.m.

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Haley and the Gazette will do a more thorough job tomorrow, but I got through a quick review before the Applications went offline, and you can see a brief run-down on important points from the Application for the Schenectady Casino at this webpage:
http://tinyurl.com/casino1stLook
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You will probably be disappointed at how much information that we'd like to know is redacted, giving us nothing but blank space or black splotches. However, I did capture a look at the actual casino building.

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