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Update On Lakeshore Proposal

Published: April 19, 2013 12:49 pm ET

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It has been reported that the Ontario Racing Commission has asked officials with the Lakeshore Horse Raceway Group for more information regarding their track proposal, and that the ORC wants to work with the group to complete a business plan.

According to a report by CBC News, the Lakeshore group learned of the news during a Thursday, April 18 meeting with the ORC.

"We are a group that's meeting the mandate of the transition board in that they want not-for-profit racetracks," Lakeshore Mayor and Essex County Warden Tom Bain, who is also part of the raceway group, was quoted as saying in the article.

"Our next step is send in an addendum in to our application," Bain said. "This will involve the name of who our raceway manager is going to be, who the paddock judge will be, also where we'll be setting up teletheatres in the area."

(With files from CBC News)

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