CLOVIS (KSMX) – As the long, highly anticipated end to the final decision for New Mexico’s 6th and final Racino license draws closer, The Curry County Commission today voted to approve the Racino Economic Development Resolution during their special meeting. According to the resolution approved by commissioners, it is pointed out that the Board of Commissioners supports business growth and economic development and welcomes the benefits that the final license would bring to Clovis and Curry County. It was also pointed out that during racing season, the Racino would bring between 300 and 1,000 new jobs to the area, as well as its proximity to both Lubbock and Amarillo. The New Mexico Racing Commission will be meeting tomorrow afternoon in Albuquerque, where applicants from all three cities will have one final proposal before the commission, followed by a Q & A. Assuming all goes to plan, the commission will make their announcement December 6th; however, a location has not been announced.