It’s been done before. Ontario Finance Critic Tim Hudak says slot parlour licences in the Barrie-Innisfil area and in Wellington County have been shifted from one municipality to another. The Niagara-area MPP says the slots are tied to the racing licence which can be moved. He says Baymount Incorporated has been stuck in the starting gate for years and the McGuinty Government has done nothing to get them going. Hudak says Quinte is missing out on well paying jobs at the track and slots, agriculture spinoffs and revenues for the host municipality. Quinte West Council voted this week to approach the OLG and offer itself as an alternative if the Belleville project doesn’t work out.