Medford casino plan heads to NYS court

The battle over plans for a Medford gambling hall heads back to court this week. Both sides will be in state Supreme Court Wednesday for

The battle over plans for a Medford gambling hall heads back to court this week.

The battle over plans for a Medford gambling hall heads back to court this week. (12/7/15)

MEDFORD - The battle over plans for a Medford gambling hall heads back to court this week.

Both sides will be in state Supreme Court Wednesday for oral arguments.

As News 12 has reported, a judge last week ordered the Town of Brookhaven and Suffolk County to review the proposal despite community opposition.

Suffolk OTB is hoping to get approval for the 98,000-square-foot facility that would feature 1,000 video lottery terminals at the former Brookhaven Multiplex site on Route 112.

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