An up to six month delay on construction of a Dayton racino while the developer redesigns the building to increase indoor seating as required by the state could cost the region an estimated $11.3 million in lost wages alone.
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The newspaper has covered Ohio’s voyage into gambling, including four new casinos around the state and and big gaming company’s quests to develop multi-million dollar racinos in Dayton and Warren County. We will continue to cover these issues and the impact they have on our region.
Coming Sunday: Our reporters examine the dispute between the Ohio State Racing Commission and racino developers over seating capacity at the race tracks.