Pennsylvania to publicize list of towns saying no to a mini-casinoSteve Esack, The Morning Call · November 9, 2017 at 4:37 pm In its first meeting since Gov. Tom Wolf signed a huge gambling expansion law, the agency that regulates Pennsylvania’s gambling industry announced Wednesday it soon will list which municipalities do not want to host one of the the state’s new wagering options — a mini-casino.Starting Monday, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board will begin publishing an opt-out list on its website, spokesman Doug Harbach told reporters. So far, Harbach said, only the Kennett Township, Chester County, supervisors had informed the agency that they had voted to ban mini-casinos, which can house between 300 and 750 slot machines and up to 40 table games. Under the law Wolf signed Oct. 30, municipalities have until Dec. 31 to pass a local resolution opting out of the slot parlors and sending a copy of the ordinance to the state. The resolution can be withdrawn with another public vote at any time.So far in the Lehigh Valley, Macungie council has agreed informally it wants no mini-casino in the borough, council Vice President Roseanne Schleicher said. The council has yet to make a formal resolution to opt out.