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Registration opens Monday for Gaming Board hearing

Pennsylvania Gaming Board opens registration for public hearing this Monday, March 4.

Registration opens Monday for Gaming Board hearing

Six groups , including those headed by Steve Wynn and Bart Blatstein appeared before the PA Gaming Control Board today lobbying for the second city gaming license. Here, Bart Blatstein delivers his presentation. ( ED HILLE / Staff Photographer ) Ed Hille / Staff Photographer


Want your voice to be heard at the next gaming hearing? Then mark your calendar for March 4. That's when the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board will begin signing up folks who want to speak at the next public hearing on the city's second gaming license. Don't want to talk? The gaming board is also accepting written statements.

The next forum on the city's second casino license is reserved for public input. The six contenders will not be answering questions or delivering pitches. This is for anyone who wants to comment on any or all of the six proposed projects.

Location: Pennsylvania Convention Center, Room 114

Time: April 11, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and April 12 9a.m. to 3 p.m.

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