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Company Behind Proposed Casino In Beaver County Fined Another $250,000 By The State

The state has fined the company planning to open a mini-casino in Big Beaver twice in the last two months for a total of $420,000 for alcohol-related issues. On Wednesday, the state Gaming Control Board announced it fined Mount Airy #1, LLC $250,000. The board said it failed to implement a promised alcohol beverage tracking…

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Lori Boone
Lori Boone
Lori DeLauter Boone has more than 20 years of experience in investigative and community journalism. She’s won more than a dozen regional, state and national journalism awards.

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Raven
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Raven

The ranks of organized crime never were very good at legal self-regulation.

Accordingtome
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Accordingtome

No big deal, Conehead will just increase the size of the public bond that he’ll float for his convention center to cover the unexpected extra expense that befell one of our “partners.”

All in a day’s work for our hard working elected officials.

sezme
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sezme

these paltry fines are nothing. that amount is made in a few hours , profit from the gambling suckers. i hope the family of the pedestrian who was killed sues this casino for Millions, and wins. no doubt it would be paid from the new casino’s take.

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