Plainridge Owners Look to Sell to Save Bid for Slots

In an effort to keep the Plainridge Racecourse in the running for the slot parlor lottery set up by the state, the ownership is looking to sell the business, according to the Boston Globe.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission originally disqualified the racecourse due to its current ownership, and by selling the course, the current owners could get Plainridge back in the running for the slots.
There isn't much time to sell the course though. The MGC set Oct. 4 as the deadline for applications and Plainridge would need to sell by then.
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Loren Devereaux August 19, 2013 at 05:19 PM
So why are we having an election? Who pays? Are we voting for an operating owner we don't know?


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