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NY Panel to OTBs: Hold Off on Long-Term Deals

A New York government panel studying whether to alter the current structure of the state's off-track betting system has asked the OTBs to hold off on signing any long-term deals, a move that suggests the panel could have sweeping changes in mind.

Seven Bids Submitted For Aqueduct Casino

Seven Bids Submitted For Aqueduct Casino

Trying one more time, the state of New York accepted seven new bids - from major casino operators to real estate and racing interests -- to develop a casino at Aqueduct racetrack, an authority first approved for the facility back in 2001.

Bid Process Reopened for New York VLTs

New York Gov. David A. Paterson, Senate Majority Leader Malcolm A. Smith and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver announced April 17 that New York State is seeking new proposals to select an experienced gaming operator to build and operate a video lottery terminal facility at Aqueduct Racetrack in Queens.

NY Officials Scramble for Aqueduct Bids

As state officials in New York scrambled to re-group following the collapse of the Delaware North plan to build a casino at Aqueduct racetrack, at least one of the former bidding groups said it would be interested in making a new bid on the long-stalled project.

NY Lawmakers to Look at Several Issues

NY Lawmakers to Look at Several Issues

The still-stalled franchise extension for the New York Racing Association, a new steroid testing lab, and a company to run a casino at Aqueduct Racetrack are all still on the negotiating table June 23 when lawmakers in New York return to the Capitol for the final days of the 2008 legislative session.

Mixed Signals from Paterson on NYRA Deal

New York Gov. David Paterson is sending mixed signals on whether he wanted to re-open talks with the New York Racing Association over its deal for a new franchise to operate Aqueduct, Belmont and Saratoga racetracks.

NYCOTB May Lower Revenue Sharing

NYCOTB May Lower Revenue Sharing

Racing industry groups have begun lining up to oppose a plan to permit the New York City Off Track Betting Corp. to lower its revenue sharing payments to tracks, breeding funds, and other entities.

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