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New Erie County exec pulls out of anti-casino lawsuits against Seneca
By Carolyn Thompson
Buffalo, New York (AP)
Erie County is pulling out of the legal fight against the Seneca Indian Nationís plans for a casino in Buffalo.
County Executive Chris Collins, on his second full day on the job during January said he was following through on a campaign promise not to stand in the way of the $333 million project.
Collinsí predecessor, Joel Giambra, joined two federal lawsuits attempting to block construction of the Senecasí third western New York casino. The suits challenge the Senecasí right to build on the site in the cityís Cobblestone District.
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