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Senecas break ground for expansion of casino in Buffalo


Buffalo News,  Monday, October 19, 2009 at 2:17:05 PM

As leaders of Seneca Gaming Corp. broke ground today on an $8 million expansion of its temporary downtown casino, Buffalo resident Henry Garrett glanced at a rusting steel skeleton that overshadows the small facility.

"I'm just hoping they will finish the construction they have over there," said Garrett, referring to suspended work on the permanent $333 million Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino. "It would really enhance the city."

The expansion of the temporary casino will add about 5,300 square feet of gaming space to the facility at Michigan Avenue and Perry Street. The new area will accommodate between 200 and 250 additional slot machines, doubling the number of slots. Five new permanent jobs will be created in a casino that currently employs about 50 people, said Seneca Gaming Corp. Chairman Jeffrey L. Gill.


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