Triple Crown Casinos Files Lawsuit Against City of Cripple Creek, Full House Resorts, Inc.
May 25, 2018, 10:00 ET
CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo., May 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Triple Crown Casinos has filed a Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure (CRCP) 106 action against the City of Cripple Creek and Full House Resorts, Inc. related to the issuance of a Certificate of Appropriateness for a Project of Special Merit.
The Certificate of Appropriateness for a Project of Special Merit grants Full House Resorts an exemption from historic preservation guidelines related to a casino expansion project in Cripple Creek, Colo. The exemption provides for concessions that are contrary to the city's established historic guidelines which all other city businesses have been required to follow for the past 25 years.
The concessions include vacating a public street, the use of mirror, glass, steel and concrete in the construction design and the elimination of height restrictions.
About Triple Crown Casinos
Nestled in the historic town of Cripple Creek, CO, Triple Crown Casinos is the leading gaming operator in town. Opened in 1992, the operation features three premier gaming destinations, The Brass Ass Casino, Midnight Rose Hotel and Casino, and McGills Hotel and Casino, each with a distinct personality and ambiance that combines the flavor of the old west with state-of-the-art gaming excitement. The casinos are noted for offering the widest selection of games and were recently voted The Loosest Slots in town as well as providing the Best Fine Dining, Table Games and Entertainment. Located in the heart of town, the enterprise also offers the most covered parking spaces in Cripple Creek as well as four superb dining choices, ranging from casual to elegant. In addition, the property offers superb hotel accommodations with spacious rooms and luxurious suites.
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