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    Lebanon racino owners release plans for raceway

    By Justin McClelland

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    TURTLECREEK TWP. — The new owners of the Lebanon Raceway released Thursday initial plans and sketches for the proposed new racing facility they hope to build along the Interstate 75 corridor. Although they are not releasing specific dimensions of the proposed racino — which would combine a live horse racing track with video lottery terminals — the rendering showed a “modern looking” upscale facility that would likely be visible from the highway if plans come to fruition.

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    Warren County approves $175M racino, 700 new jobs
    Dayton Business Journal by Joe Cogliano, Senior Reporter
    Date: Tuesday, November 13, 2012, 2:00pm EST

    A $175 million racino project in Warren County will start construction in the next few weeks and create 700 new jobs for the region. On Tuesday, Warren County Commissioners approved site plans — with 13 conditions — for the massive project that combines harness racing and video lottery terminals.

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    2 More Racinos In Ohio Mean More Competition
    Wednesday December 11, 2013 12:59 PM
    By THOMAS J. SHEERAN
    The Associated Press

    NORTHFIELD, Ohio – The gambling scene is getting more crowded in Ohio. Horse racing tracks offering slots-style video lottery terminals will debut Thursday in Lebanon northeast of Cincinnati and next Wednesday in Northfield north of Akron.

    READ MORE: http://www.10tv.com/content/stories/2013/12/11/oh–gambling-expansion.html

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