Hammer: Penn National split may hurt county

CHARLES TOWN – The attorney for the Charles Town Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association told the Jefferson County Commission last week that it should be concerned about the impact of Penn National Gaming’s proposed split into two corporations.

PNGI announced plans last year to split into a casino and racing operation company and a real estate investment trust – also referred to as a REIT, a specialized real estate holding company that will own all of their physical locations.

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