Adams administration proposes allowing casinos in wide swaths of city amid bidding war for licenses

The Adams administration proposed zoning changes last week that would allow casino development across wide swaths of the city.

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The Adams administration has proposed zoning changes allowing casinos to be sited in wide swaths of the city with few limits on their footprint, amid a furious bidding war for one of three rare licenses for a downstate New York casino.

The zoning proposal would allow casinos to be sited within any manufacturing district and all but the lowest-density commercial areas, and includes no

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