Developers unveiled details about their plans to build Oregon's first nontribal casino.
Officials with two Canadian companies said they want to turn a shuttered dog track in Wood Village, east of Portland, into a complex with a casino, hotel, movie theater and pool. They hope voters will approve the plan in November, two years after a similar proposal was overwhelmingly rejected at the ballot box.
The developers are taking a more aggressive approach this year, releasing more detail about their plans than they did in their previous attempt, which was supported by just 32 percent of voters in 2010.
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