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Posted at 12:04 PM ET, 01/27/2011

Traffic sparks new Arundel slots fight

By Washington Post editors

As officials prepare to break ground Thursday for the temporary slots facility at Arundel Mills mall, neighbors have filed a new complaint with the Anne Arundel County Board of Appeals, the Baltimore Sun reports.

The Villages Dorchester Homeowners Association and three residents filed the appeal. Their attorney, Harry Blumenthal, said in an e-mail to the Sun on Thursday morning that his clients want casino developer David Cordish to show that he will adequately address traffic near the planned facility.

A Cordish official said the new appeal would not affect the groundbreaking for the parking garage that will serve as a temporary slots facility.

Read more about the complaint filed by neighbors of a temporary slots facility at Arundel Mills in the Baltimore Sun.

By Washington Post editors  | January 27, 2011; 12:04 PM ET
Categories:  Maryland  
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The third paragraph of this story "TELLS IT ALL" what the A.A.County Board & the Cordish Offfical "THINK" about YOUR LAW SUIT !!!

Posted by: Raidersfan2 | January 27, 2011 12:23 PM | Report abuse

What you, are in fact, doing,Dorchester, is attempting to delay the revenue from being realized in Maryland. This is at a cost to hundreds of thousands of Marylander's. Talk about being self-centered! The casino is coming...tuck your tails!

Posted by: Spojack895 | January 28, 2011 8:34 AM | Report abuse

What you, are in fact, doing,Dorchester, is attempting to delay the revenue from being realized in Maryland. This is at a cost to hundreds of thousands of Marylander's. Talk about being self-centered! The casino is coming...tuck your tails!

Posted by: Spojack895 | January 28, 2011 8:35 AM | Report abuse

What you, are in fact, doing,Dorchester, is attempting to delay the revenue from being realized in Maryland. This is at a cost to hundreds of thousands of Marylander's. Talk about being self-centered! The casino is coming...tuck your tails!

Posted by: Spojack895 | January 28, 2011 8:36 AM | Report abuse

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