Peoria Pines to renew off-track wagering for Turf Paradise

Posted 7/13/21

City council recommend approval to the Arizona Racing Commission for an off-track wagering license renewal for Turf Paradise to telecast at Peoria Pines Golf and Restaurant, 8411 N. 107th Ave.

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Peoria Pines to renew off-track wagering for Turf Paradise

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City council recommend approval to the Arizona Racing Commission for an off-track wagering license renewal for Turf Paradise to telecast at Peoria Pines Golf and Restaurant, 8411 N. 107th Ave.

Turf Paradise, has applied for off-track wagering license renewal for the Peoria restaurant. The application agent is Vincent A. Francia.

Off-track wagering is sanctioned gambling on horse racing or dog racing outside a race track. It allows for live and simulcast races. Turf Paradise simulcasts races from Arizona and out of state races.

There are no staff concerns with Turf Paradise to telecast at Peoria Pines Golf and Restaurant. The public hearing notice was posted for at least 10 days, and no comments were received during the posting period. The last recommended approval was June 2016.

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