The officials for Penn National Gaming are considering the relocation of some
racetracks. Currently, the company operates two of the states race tracks.
Columbus's Beulah Park, and Toledo's Raceway Park. It is also the same cities
where the company is planning on building two new casinos.
The racetracks would be moved to areas where there are no gaming facilities.
Racetracks in the state are being affected by the slow economy. Penn National
feels that they can better serve the public if they relocate their race tracks.
Voters will have the chance to decide if race tracks should operate video
lottery machines. This chance will come later this year. If approved, it will
allow for race tracks to offer more games to visitors and help with the decline
If the gaming bill passes, local developers will push to build a $300 million
track. However government officials feel that the relocation of an existing
gaming license is easier than having to obtain a new one.
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