From the St.Louis Post Dispatch-
ST. LOUIS • Tropicana Entertainment’s deal to sell six of its eight casino properties, including Lumière Place in downtown St. Louis, poses a unique regulatory dilemma for Missouri gaming officials and one that industry executives across the country will monitor closely. Read the rest of the story here.
Date: April 25, 2018
Time: 9:00 a.m.
Place: Missouri Gaming Commission
3417 Knipp Drive
Jefferson City, Missouri
**Special Accommodations: Accommodations for people with disabilities are available. Please contact us either by telephone at (573) 526-2326, or e-mail at MeetingCoordinator@mgc.dps.mo.gov, 72 hours in advance of the meeting, if possible.
Call to Order
Consideration of Minutes
- March 28, 2018
III. Consideration of Hearing Officer Recommendations
- Geneen L. Harper
- Resolution No. 18-020
- Mary L. Laborada
- Resolution No. 18-021
- Ryan Day
- Resolution No. 18-022
- Consideration of Relicensure of Class A Licensee
Eldorado Resorts, Inc. (Class A)
- Presentation by Applicant
- Investigative Summary
- Staff Recommendation
- Resolution No. 18-023
- Consideration of Relicensure of Certain Suppliers
- Ainsworth Game Technology Ltd.
- Resolution No. 18-024
- Everi Games, Inc.
- Resolution No. 18-025
- Consideration of Licensure of Certain Supplier
- Ainsworth Game Technology, Inc.
- Resolution No. 18-026
VII. Consideration of Disciplinary Actions
- Tropicana St. Louis, LLC
- Tropicana St. Louis, LLC
VIII. Consideration of Waiver of Licensure for Institutional Investor
- Canyon Capital Advisors LLC
- Resolution No. 18-027
- Consideration of Rules and Regulations
- Proposed Amendments Rescinding or Modifying Rules and Regulations that Overlap, Duplicate or Conflict with a Statute or Another Rule
- 11 CSR 45-1.015 – Code of Ethics
- 11 CSR 45-1.090 – Definitions
- 11 CSR 45-4.020 – Licenses, Restrictions on Licenses, Licensing Authority of the Executive Director, and Other Definitions
- 11 CSR 45-4.210 – Temporary Supplier’s License
- 11 CSR 45-4.260 – Occupational Licenses for Class A, Class B, and Suppliers
- 11 CSR 45-4.380 – Occupational and Key Person/Key Business Entity License Application and Annual Fees
- 11 CSR 45-5.065 – Patrons Unlawfully on Excursion Gambling Boat – Not Eligible for Gambling Game Winnings
- 11 CSR 45-6.030 – Firearms on the Riverboat
- 11 CSR 45-30.065 – Licenses Required
- 11 CSR 45-30.480 – Package Deals and Tying Arrangements Prohibited
- 11 CSR 45-30.523 – Supplier License
- 11 CSR 45-30.555 – Agreements Restricting Freedom to Buy and Sell Prohibited
- Proposed Amendments Rescinding or Modifying Rules and Regulations that are Unnecessary, Not Essential to the Health, Safety or Welfare of Missouri Residents, or are Obsolete
- 11 CSR 45-5.181 – Promotional Activities
- 11 CSR 45-5.184 – Table Game Cards – Receipt, Storage, Inspections, and Removal from Use
- 11 CSR 45-5.260 – Dice Specifications
- 11 CSR 45-6.010 – Safety and Environment
- 11 CSR 45-6.020 – Safety Standards
- 11 CSR 45-6.025 – Safety Inspections
- 11 CSR 45-7.160 – Designated Security Officer Trained in Basic Life Support and First Aid Required
- 11 CSR 45-8.050 – Standard Financial and Statistical Reports
- 11 CSR 45-8.060 – Audits
- 11 CSR 45-8.090 – Mandatory Count Procedures
- 11 CSR 45-8.130 – Tips and Gifts
- 11 CSR 45-8.150 – Cash Reserve Requirements
- 11 CSR 45-9.101 – Minimum Internal Control Standards (MICS) – Chapter A
- 11 CSR 45-9.120 – Minimum Internal Control Standards (MICS) – Chapter T
- Motion for Closed Meeting under Sections 313.847 and 313.945, RSMo., Investigatory, Proprietary and Application Records and 610.021(1), RSMo., Legal Actions, (3) & (13) Personnel and (14) Records Protected from Disclosure by Law
- Motion to Open Meeting
Read the story in the St. Louis Post Dispatch. Missouri Gaming Commission is mentioned.
From the St.Louis Post Dispatch…
ST. LOUIS COUNTY • A coalition of health groups is gathering signatures to force a public vote Nov. 6 on snuffing out exemptions for casinos and more than 90 bars allowed under St. Louis County’s seven-year-old indoor smoking ban. Read more here.
The next meeting of the Missouri Gaming Commission will be Wednesday, April 25th at 9 a.m. Note the earlier start time. The agenda will be posted on this page when it becomes available.
Max Fillion of the Columbia Missourian writes about sports wagering legislation. Read the story here.
The Fort Smith Arkansas newspaper has a story about gambling in Arkansas. Read it in the Times Record.
Angie Franks has been the MGC Commission Assistant for over 20 years. Her job duties include making sure meetings run smoothly and ensuring the commissioners are prepared for meetings. This includes meeting materials and hotel arrangements and all the things which go with being a great assistant. Angie is a go-getter and rarely leaves a stone unturned. Today Chairman Herb Kohn and the MGC commissioners presented Angie with a proclamation from Governor Eric Greitens on 20 years of service to the State of Missouri. Congratulations Angie!
Congratulations to Missy Smith the MGC Employee of the Quarter. Missy was selected by her peers for her outstanding work at Hollywood Casino in Maryland Heights. Missy is an exceptional assistant to gaming agents and everyone at the MGC office benefits from her previous law enforcement experience. Her keen observation skills and hard work get her big recognition. Congrats Missy!
The award was a surprise for Missy who was led to the Jefferson City office under false pretenses. Deputy Director McGrail advises Missy to choose wisely when selecting her lunch location with MGC Executive Director Bill Seibert.Congratulations Missy!
Service awards were presented to North Kansas City MGC Office Manager Amber Connor (top), River City Senior Office Support Assistant Angie Rinker-Lugo (middle), and Tara Nivens of our Jefferson City MGC Bingo Division (bottom photo). Congrats to these awesome women! Deputy Director Tim McGrail presents the service awards.