The meeting venue remains at the Pennsylvania State Museum Auditorium in Harrisburg.
In a prepared statement, the board also announced that a vote to award the final Category 3 Resort license will not be on the agenda for that meeting. That decision will be considered for the board’s meeting on Jan. 6, also to be held in the State Museum Auditorium.
There are four sites competing for the final Category 3, or Resort Casino license: Penn Harris Gaming at the Holiday Inn on Carlisle Pike, Hampden Township, Mason- Dixon Resort and Casino, near the Gettysburg National Military Park; Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, Fayette County and Fernwood Hotel and Resort, in the Poconos.
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