Gross revenue from slot machines rose more than 5-percent for the fiscal year that just ended.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board says in figures released this week that gross revenue was up 5.5-percent to nearly $2.5-billion for fiscal year 2011-2012.
The increase includes revenue from the state's 11th casino, Valley Forge Casino Resort, which opened in March. The state says revenue from the existing 10 casinos was also up 4.5-percent. Eight of the 10 existing casinos saw increases, with Harrah's Philadelphia Casino & Racetrack in Chester and Presque Isle Downs Casino in Erie seeing declines.
The state taxes gross revenue from slot machines at 55-percent, generating $1.3-billion last fiscal year.
Oak Dining Room Table,
in great condition, includes six high back
dining room chairs with blue cushions,
- asking $350 or best offer
Josephine, Altoona 946-3481
used but very good condition,
62" H x 72" W, 6 units, 2...