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A decision has been made on the biggest application for poker machines in the state's history, but it is not being made public yet.
Yesterday, Wagga Wagga developer Charles Morton said he did not expect all 284 poker machine licences that he sought would be approved for the proposed $30 million redevelopment of the South Wagga Bowling Club.
The chairman of the NSW Liquor, Gaming and Racing Authority board, Chris Sidoti, told media the board met last night.
He says a ruling has been made and all of the reasons will be announced in a published decision to be announced as as soon as possible, but definitely by the end of October.
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