More information has come out regarding the Ho-Chunk Casino project proposed that will be built in Beloit. The proposed building on the designated 32 acres will include not just a gaming complex, but also a hotel, indoor waterpark, five restaurants, retail shopping, a concert setting, and a conference center. Alongside the gaming complex is also another 38 acres that will be used by the Ho-Chunk Nation for further economic development. Governor Tony Evers announced on March 24th his support for the project, which will bring in 2,000 jobs for the building project, and another 2,000 permanent jobs once completed. The final decision of whether or not the project will move forward is in the hands of the U.S. Department of Interior to place the land into trust. Beloit residents approved the project in a public referendum nearly 22 years ago.
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