Sumner County Endorses Casino near Wellington Exit of KS Turnpike
December 12, 2007
WELLINGTON, KS – The Sumner County commissioners met today and endorsed two
proposals to build a casino near the Wellington exit of the Kansas Turnpike.
After considering public comments that overwhelmingly supported the Wellington
site, the commissioners voted unanimously for the two proposals for this site.
The proposals were submitted by Penn National Gaming and Marvel Gaming.
The commissioners rejected two other proposals to put a casino near the Mulvane
interchange on the turnpike just across the county line separating Sedgwick and
Sumner counties. These proposals were submitted by Harrah’s Entertainment and
During the next ninety days the Kansas Lottery will review the recommendations
of the commissioners and choose one of the two proposals.
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