Beloit Casino one step closer to reality

BLACK RIVER FALLS (WKOW) — The Bureau of Indian Affairs has published the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Ho-Chunk Nation Fee-to-Trust and Casino Project, a major step toward the proposed new casino in Beloit becoming a reality.

Beloit City Manager Lori Curtis said “The City of Beloit is thrilled to see this process move forward. We are committed to our partnership

with the Ho-Chunk Nation and are ready to hit the ground running.”

Now, a public comment period opens prior to the Bureau’s recording of decision, followed by Governor Evers’ concurrence.

Read more about the proposed casinohere

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