“We continue to have serious interest in building a new casino in the Beloit area, and I think the $4 million land investment we made last year represents an aggressive step in our efforts to explore a variety of job creation investment and economic development opportunities,” Thundercloud said. “The Nation has been performing due diligence on initiating dialogues with officials and laying the groundwork for a successful application.”
Building a tribal casino in Beloit is very high on the Ho-Chunk Nation’s list of priorities, according to spokeswoman Anne Thundercloud.
No timetable for that effort has been announced
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