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Board of Estimates approves casino ground lease agreement

Baltimore’s Board of Estimates approved a land disposition agreement and ground lease for a new casino on the outskirts of the city near M&T Bank Stadium Wednesday that guarantees $11.2 million for the city in the first year.

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Baltimore tourism agency likes Question 7

Baltimore's tourism agency rose in support of Maryland's expanded gambling referendum Friday, saying that legalization of table games would make a future city casino more attractive to outsider, thus bolstering tourism.

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Baltimore casino design rejected by architectural panel

The city’s design review panel has rejected renderings for a 3,750-slot machine casino in Southwest Baltimore, saying the proposed entryways were not fully developed and a huge parking garage that would hold 4,000 vehicles resembled “a prison.”

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Gambling companies’ ballot spending reaches $16 million

Three casino companies with Maryland interests have combined to spend $16 million to influence the voter referendum on expanded gambling.

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Eye Opener: Baltimore casino could be approved July 31

The Video Lottery Terminal Location Commission — more commonly known as the slots commission — has announced that it will meet July 31. The biggest ticket item on the agenda? The award of the license for a downtown Baltimore casino, ...

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Approvals for casinos at Rocky Gap, Baltimore could come as early as next month

ANNAPOLIS — The state video lottery commission could be close to awarding the license for a proposed slots parlor in Western Maryland, and also appeared to avoid a potential delay in its decision on a downtown Baltimore casino. Stephen L. ...

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More on the Harrah’s Baltimore proposal

Part of what drew Caesars Entertainment Corp. to Baltimore is their customers. Many of them are already here. The company’s “Total Rewards” loyalty program has more than 40 million members. About 1 million are in the Baltimore area. Caesars president, ...

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