Nevada Gaming Control Board: May 6, 2021 Special NGC Disposition

 

IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE GOVERNOR’S EMERGENCY DIRECTIVE #006, DATED MARCH 22, 2020, THE SPECIAL MAY 2021 MEETING OF THE NEVADA GAMING COMMISSION WAS CONDUCTED BY MEANS OF ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION.

Members Present:

John T. Moran, Jr., Chairman

Deborah J. Fuetsch, Member

Rosa Solis-Rainey, Member
Steven Cohen, Member

Ogonna Brown, Member

This Disposition has not yet been approved and is subject to revision at the next meeting of the Nevada Gaming Commission. Upon conclusion of that meeting if a revised Disposition is not posted, this document is deemed approved.
Nevada Gaming Commission
May 2021 Special Meeting Agenda

SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA

Immediately following the conclusion of the Nevada Gaming Control Board Meeting.

I. PUBLIC COMMENTS: This public comment agenda item is provided in accordance with NRS 241.020(2)(c)(3) which requires an agenda provide for a period devoted to comments by the general public, if any, and discussion of those comments. No action may be taken upon a matter raised under this item of the agenda until the matter itself has been specifically included on an agenda as an item upon which action will be taken. Comments by the public may be limited to three minutes as a reasonable time, place and manner restriction, but may not be limited based upon viewpoint.

No comments.

II. COMMISSION ACTION FOR POSSIBLE ACTION:

04789-01
03623-07

UNITED COIN MACHINE CO., dba CENTURY GAMING TECHNOLOGIES, db at

TWAIN TAVERN
501 E TWAIN AVE
LAS VEGAS, NV 89169

APPLICATION FOR A RESTRICTED GAMING LICENSE NGC DISPOSITION: APPROVED.III. PUBLIC COMMENTS: This public comment agenda item is provided in accordance with NRS 241.020(2)(c)(3) which requires an agenda provide for a period devoted to comments by the general public, if any, and discussion of those comments. No action may be taken upon a matter raised under this item of the agenda until the matter itself has been specifically included on an agenda as an item upon which action will be taken. Comments by the public may be limited to three minutes as a reasonable time, place and manner restriction, but may not be limited based upon viewpoint.