Two more mini-casino project part of the casino expansion of Pennsylvania have recently made a move forward, as the public input is sought by the communities of both Big Beaver County and Westmoreland County. According to the scheduled hearing, residents directly affected by the satellite casino construction will have the chance to voice their opinion at the very beginning of December and make it clear whether a new gambling facility is welcome in the two regions.
People living in the county will be those directly affected by the building of a casino venue. The main condition which influenced all casino developers decision when they were pinpointing locations for their satellite casino venues was that there should not be another casino facility in a 25-mile radius. This means that up until now the region has not witnesses gambling offerings and their impact on the community.
Big Beaver County Collaborates with Mount Airy Management
A portion of the residents of Beaver County has previously expressed concerns with a potential casino operation in the region, whereas projected benefits coming from tax revenue were also taken into account. In an attempt to clear all uncertainties and provide people with reliable information coming straight from the sources, 4th December is set to see a special meeting at the Big Beaver Borough Fire Station.
All individuals which have questions regarding the future operation of the mini-casino will be able to ask them at the scheduled meeting which will include organized community groups, as well as officials. Those who want to participate will be able to register up until 3rd December. It could be recalled that the management of Mount Airy Casino located in Monroe County field application for the construction of a mini casino in the Interstate 376 area earlier this month.
They utilized the time period given following their winning bid in February which amounted to some $21,888,888.88. According to the estimations, the new satellite casino is going to provide the community with some 500 full-time jobs in its Phase 1. The second phase of the project will add an additional 300 positions available for members of the region.
Get the Gist on Stadium Casino LLC Mini-Casino
Another mini-casino public hearing will be hosted a day after the Big Beaver one, this time in Hempfield Township. Stadium Casino LLC is the casino developer which filed an application for a satellite casino construction in Westmoreland County earlier this week.
The public hearing will take place on 5th December at the municipal building of the Township, bringing together everyone interested in learning more about the project and offering their opinion on how the final result of the project could be improved. The casino developer and operator behind this satellite casino location is none other than the joint venture Stadium Casino LLC which unites Greenwood Gaming & Entertainment and The Cordish Company.
Have you heard about the Westmoreland Mall’s big news? They’ve been dealt the winning hand. A new mini casino is slated to open in the former Bon-Ton space. To get the details on the opening, plus what a casino could mean for the region, head to the link… https://t.co/dUsv6jlbAQ pic.twitter.com/NMmvap2La8
— Pittsburgh Magazine (@PittsburghMag) July 31, 2018
With the help of its winning bid made back at the beginning of this year, Westmoreland Mall was proposed as a potential location of the new mini-casino. There is a vacant Bon-Ton department store which was recently shut down giving way to something new and beneficial for the Township.
A total of 600 individuals will have the chance to join the staff of the new casino venue. An online registration form s available right now at the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board’s website and those willing to make their way to the public congregation will have to register by 3rd December.