ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York's Southern Tier may get a casino after all.

The state board charged with picking locations for upstate casinos voted Tuesday to reopen the bidding process for applications from the region along the Pennsylvania border.

Last month the board recommended three casinos in the Catskills, Schenectady and the Finger Lakes. Two Southern Tier proposals were rejected and a fourth available license was withheld.

After local leaders objected, Gov. Andrew Cuomo called for a new bidding process for the fourth license limited to the Southern Tier.

Location board chairman Kevin Law says he hopes the competition will feature new applications — but at least one proposal will be familiar. The owner of Tioga Downs racino in Nichols says he will submit a revised bid.

No other proposals have been announced.