Michigan Tribe to Build Brand New Casino at Former Church Web Site
Michigan-based Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians argued it has acquired enough land perhaps not far from the Detroit Metro Airport to be given the light that is green federal authorities to introduce a casino complex at the web site of an abandoned church.
The tribe presented its application to your U.S. Department of Interior back in 2014 and added certain provisions to it late in 2015. Officials for the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians said into the application so it had come into possession of 71 acres of land that included the website associated with the church that is former well at the time of a 7-acre percentage of land in Huron Township that included the site associated with previous Pinnacle Race Course.
The tribe acquired the 7-acre parcel back this year for the quantity of $179,000. Its previous owners the growth group behind the racetrack that is former bought your whole 320-acre site for $1. When asked about its plans for the said portion of land, the tribe have not revealed just what it might do with it. It has also over repeatedly refused to market the property to interested developers.
As for the casino complex during the church that is former tribal officials have said which they plan to utilize the 70,000-square-foot building not just for a gambling location, also for a spot where different health, academic, and other related solutions would be provided to tribal people.
Casino specialists believe that in the event that proposed casino sooner or later gets founded, it might influence gambling income at the three major gambling enterprises in Detroit in quite a manner that is negative. Continue reading “Michigan Tribe to Build Brand New Casino at Former Church Web Site”