A little less than a month ago the six bidders for a second Philadelphia casino license put on a show at the convention center. Those of us who were there have already shared a few opinions on those presentations in general. But it may help to look at each proposal separately, and in a little more detail. We’ve got some ideas on how they can improve.
Six applications for a second casino license in Philadelphia were submitted, and now the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has announced the next step in its process. The PGCB will hold an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 12 at the Convention Center. Meetings that include public comment are scheduled for April 11 and 12.
Click HERE for a listing of the six applications and details on these meetings (at least, as the PGCB plans them...).
If you haven’t heard by now, Wednesday night Bart Blatstein announced his plans for “The Provence,” his casino at Broad and Callowhill. Plan Philly has a poll asking for your opinion on Blatstein’s proposal if you want to take a closer look and weigh in.