The Missouri Gaming Commission Wednesday voted to renew Mark Twain Casino’s gaming license for another four years.

The commission’s decision was unanimous, with no major concerns coming to light during the deliberations.

Representatives of the city of LaGrange and the casino testified in favor of the relicensing.

Since Mark Twain Casino opened in 2001, the city of LaGrange has received over $27-million dollars in gaming taxes and fees, which has been used for numerous municipal improvements.

The commission also renewed the gaming license of Affinity Gaming LLC, which owns Mark Twain Casino and St. Jo Frontier Casino in St. Joseph.