The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has announced that it will hold a public input hearing on Thursday, May 20, at the Luhrs Performing Arts Center at Shippensburg University for the purpose of collecting testimony on the application of the Parx mini casino.

The hearing, which begins at 4 p.m., will provide a forum for individuals to voice their support or opposition to the proposed “Category 4” casino and to permit those persons with an interest in the applicant’s proposal to learn more about the project, which has moved from its original proposed location, just off Exit 29 of Interstate 81, to the former Lowe’s Home Supply store in the Shippen Town Center on South Conestoga Drive.

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