Members of the board that will decide where to place up to four casinos won’t have a decision when state gaming regulators meet on Friday, according to a letter released this afternoon.

“We are scheduled to meet again this upcoming Friday, November 21. We expect to be able to make a decision at our next meeting,” wrote Kevin Law, the chairman of the casino location siting board to state Gaming Commission Chairman Mark Gearan.

Law is referring to the next scheduled meeting after the meeting that comes this Friday, according to the state Gaming Commission.

The panel — which is composed of Law, former New York City Comptroller Bill Thompson, Paul Francis, Dennis Glazer and Hofstra University President Stuart Rabinowitz — has heard presentations over the last several months from developers who want to build resort-style casinos in three regions of the state north New York City: The Catskills/Hudson Valley, the Capital Region and the Finger Lakes/Southern Tier.

There are nine casino proposals all together.

The decision as to which developer and casino company will receive the licenses comes as the casino and gambling industry in the northeast has apparently cooled in part to a high concentration of casino sites in neighboring states.

11.18.14.GFLBLtrGearan by Nick Reisman