On January 14, 2011 the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission will meet to
finalize a new casino developer to operate the Sumner County casino. In two
weeks, the search may be over.
Approval had previously been granted to a developer a few years ago. However
with the downturn in the economy, it was no longer possible for the developer to
continue with plans. The state had to begin the application process again.
The casino will be owned by the state and receive over 20% of the revenue. The
Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission will regulate the casino. All that is needed
is a developer.
A possible developer is Peninsula Gaming. They have received previous plan
approvals for the Sumner County casino facility. Company officials will meet
with the commission again. If given final approval on the $260 million project,
the gaming company will be allowed to start building.
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