BIA approval clears land in Beloit for Ho-Chunk casino project
Published: May. 16, 2022 at 10:17 PM CDT
The Bureau of Indian Affairs approved the placing of 33 acres of Beloit land into trust for the Ho-Chunk Nations casino project. The move allows for the building of the casino on a portion of the 70-plus acres purchased by the Ho-Chunk Nation for a casino, hotel, conference center, waterpark, and multiple restaurants.
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