Point Molate casino likely to be approved in Richmond

03/09/2011
By Victoria Schlesinger

The long-debated casino and resort appears to be on the brink of approval by the city of Richmond, which has just finished reviewing the environmental impact report. The billion-dollar project will still require state and federal approval. [Read more - San Francisco Chronicle]

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