Casino Builder to Wait for Owens to Leave Office
The Cheyenne-Arapahos' proposed casino, which would generate an estimated $100 million in annual profits for the tribes, would be inside a luxury hotel and adjacent to an 18-hole golf course and mall, Brendzel said. The tribes also want to construct a Plains Indian cultural center. ....The tribes say the resort would create jobs and help fund the "literally crumbling schools" in the state, Brendzel said.The Ute Mountain Casino in southern Colorado is the state's only Indian casino to date.
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