ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - The Board of Public Works is scheduled to consider paving the way for a casino operator to buy the Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort near Cumberland.
The item is on the board's agenda for Wednesday's meeting.
Evitts Resort LLC, a unit of Lakes Entertainment Inc., of Minnetonka, Minn., has to buy the western Maryland resort as a condition of a license it was awarded by the state in April to operate up to 1,000 slot machines there.
The resort inside Rocky Gap State Park is one of five approved Maryland casino sites. Three are now operating.
The resort is owned by the Maryland Economic Development Corp.
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