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  • Proposed casino could bring Las Vegas to the Potomac

    Proposed casino could bring Las Vegas to the Potomac
    It's not hard, after visiting National Harbor, to see what the fuss is all about. The sprawling, gleaming development along the Potomac River in Prince George's County boasts expensive stores, a half-dozen hotels, highway access and convention traffic &#...
  • Cordish Cos. says gambling bill is 'patently unfair' to current casino owners

    The Cordish Companies this afternoon blasted Gov. Martin O'Malley's proposed legislation to expand gambling in Maryland as "patently unfair" to the existing casino operators. Joe Weinberg, the Managing Partner at the Cordish Cos., said the firm has...
  • Cordish properties worth $38 million, court rules

    Cordish properties worth $38 million, court rules
    Maryland's high court ruled Wednesday that the Cordish Cos.' Power Plant and Pier IV buildings on Baltimore's Inner Harbor are worth, for property tax purposes, more than $38.1 million — the amount established by city tax assessors. Cordish...
  • With new casino opening, a look back at Cordish's gambling record

    With new casino opening, a look back at Cordish's gambling record
    Eleven years have passed since the Cordish Cos. broke ground on their first casino venture, a project with the Seminole tribe of Florida. Since then, the Baltimore-based developer, which builds and runs urban retail and entertainment venues, has been...
  • City ethics director does legal work on county zoning battle

    The director of Baltimore's ethics board — a full-time city employee — is performing legal work on behalf of developers embroiled in a zoning battle in Baltimore County. Avery Aisenstark, who is paid $94,000 as director of the city's...
  • Common Cause questions city ethics director's fitness for job

    Common Cause Maryland questioned Friday whether the city's ethics board director is fit for the job after he acknowledged that he was performing legal work on behalf of developers with business interests in Baltimore. "This raises questions about his...
  • Walmart plans for growth in Maryland

    Walmart plans for growth in Maryland
    Red anti-Walmart signs dot a stretch of Route 924 in Harford County, where people have packed public meetings and organized protests. Petitions are circulating through housing developments, and residents are writing to politicians. But it's not corporate...
  • Gambling referendum results spur hiring plan

    Gambling referendum results spur hiring plan
    A day after voters approved an expansion of gambling in Maryland, the state's largest casino said it would hire 1,200 new employees for table games – even as the ballot question's leading opponent suggested that it will turn to the courts. David...
  • Referendum drives target Almond's, Bevins' districts

    Referendum drives target Almond's, Bevins' districts
    Prominent developers have targeted the districts of two Baltimore County councilwomen with referendum drives to overturn recent zoning votes the developers didn't like. At a community meeting this month, a Cordish Cos. representative distributed...
  • AG's office advises Assembly it can expand gambling

    The General Assembly has an unfettered right to expand gambling in Maryland over the objections of existing license holders, according to the Attorney General's Office. Dan Friedman, counsel to the General Assembly, told a Prince George's County lawmaker...
  • Cordish, National Harbor backers square off

    The owner of the soon-to-open Maryland Live casino at Arundel Mills and proponents of a new casino in Prince George's County squared off Friday as a work group set up by the governor and legislative leaders began looking at the issue of expanding gambling...
  • Lottery approves operations license for Arundel casino

    The Maryland Lottery approved the operations license for the Maryland Live casino late Monday, allowing the slots facility to open its first phase at 10 p.m. Wednesday as scheduled. Stephen Martino, lottery director, signed the license for the casino,...