Maryland Live! will bring in 150 tables and will operate a free dealer school with Anne Arundel Community College.
- Tim Lemke
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Maryland Live! officials announced Wednesday that the casino will have live table games in place by early spring, and will be hiring more than 800 dealers to shuffle cards and collect the dice. Once the state of Maryland approves the relevant regulations, the new casino plans to move quickly in adding at least 150 live table games, potentially bringing a younger and wealthier crowd. It will also eventually move to 24-hour operations. Overall, Maryland Live! plans to hire as many as 1,200 workers, including dealers and various ancillary positions. The casino plans to open a free "dealer school" to train and identify dealer candidates in conjunction with Anne Arundel Community College. Those who pass through the 12-week program will be …
Slots likely headed to Arundel Mills.
- Tim Lemke
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
By a significant margin, voters in Anne Arundel County have pushed through zoning changes that would allow for the development of a casino at the Arundel Mills mall. With more than 98 percent of precincts reporting, Question A had 103,263_ votes of support, with 82,008 opposed, a margin of nearly ten percent. It was a major victory for the Cordish Companies, which has sought to build an large entertainment complex with 4,750 slot machines near Arundel Mills, and a victory for county officials who said the project would bring in tens of millions of dollars in new revenue. David Cordish, president of the Cordish Companies, celebrated in front of a packed house at the Dave and Buster's at Arundel Mills Tuesday night. Meanwhile, a small …