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Anderson 'racino' plans June opening

Indianapolis Star,  Wednesday, September 19, 2007 at 12:03:13 PM

Hoosier Park plans to complete a $30 million expansion to make room for slot machines by June.

"This is a fast-track program. We want to be open and ready for fun by June of 2008," Kyle Tuttle of Buffalo, N.Y.-based LPCiminelli, the project manager, said Tuesday at an open house for vendors and contractors.

"The saying is, we have a long way to go and a short time to get there. Time is of the essence."

Hoosier Park and the state's other pari-mutuel track, Indiana Downs in Shelbyville, plan to have slot machines in place next spring under state legislation passed this year. Indiana Downs plans to build its casino development along Interstate 74 in phases, completing it by late 2008 or early 2009. the source
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