Slots commission to hear about temp Arundel site

Baltimore Sun

The panel that issues licenses for slot-machine parlors anticipates hearing next month from developer David Cordish about a temporary facility he’d like to get up and running in Anne Arundel County.

Don Fry, chairman of the Video Lottery Terminal Location Commission, said this afternoon that Cordish will likely pitch his proposal at the panel’s Dec. 13 meeting in Annapolis.

This month, the county’s voters approved zoning for a casino at Arundel Mills Mall. A year ago, the commission awarded Cordish a license for 4,750 slots terminals, which would be the largest and most lucrative of the five possible sites in Maryland.