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Potential bidders show up for Liberation gaming

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The Mayor's council held its mandatory pre-bid conference Monday for prospective "Games of Chance" operators for the upcoming Liberation carnival.

Council director Angel Sablan says there were interested parties for every category of gambling, from the house of cards to the color game, to Beto Beto.

Sablan went over the new rules and regulations, and responded to questions from the potential bidders. He says they have until the end of the week to submit their proposals. The bids will be opened at the Mayor's council office on Friday at 6 p.m.

Time is running short though, the Liberation carnival is scheduled to open the first week of June, and will run for 60 days.

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