Wis. county board urges governor to approve casino

09/18/2013 | Kenosha News (Wis.)

The Kenosha County Board urged Gov. Scott Walker to approve a casino in Kenosha, Wis. The board voted to pass a resolution that backs a casino proposed by the Menominee Indian Tribe for the former Dairyland Greyhound Park. "The number of jobs, I think, is very important -- 1,400 construction jobs and 3,300 permanent jobs," said Jeffrey Gentz, chairman of the county board.

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