Tribe discusses casino in Shullsburg - SWNews4U

Shullsburg Mayor Tom Lethlean, left, and City Council member Jim Paquette look over a site of a proposed casino by the Lac du Flambeau Indian tribe in this image from 2012. The land was formerly owned by Paquette, who sold it to the tribe when they first expressed interest several years ago. The city and the tribe reached an agreement this week SHULLSBURG, Wis. -- More than a decade after it was first introduced, the Lac du Flambeau band of Chippewa Indians' proposed gaming complex in Shullsburg is back on the table. They're a decent Casino in Shullsburg. Their current phone number is (309) 681-8335. Read more about Atronic Americas in Peoria, IL. Beloit Casino Project. Beloit Casino Project is located approximately 61 miles from Shullsburg. They are regarded as one of the best Casinos in Shullsburg area. Contact them at (608) 363-7268. Read more about Beloit Casino Project in Beloit, WI. Sponsored link SHULLSBURG—The Lac du Flambeau tribe visited Shullsburg on March 21 to meet with the Shullsburg City Council and the city’s gaming/casino citizen advisory committee. Tom Maulson, the tribal chairman, assured the crowd of 30 that the Lac du Flambeau tribe wants to see the casino project become a reality in Shullsburg. “We are real,” Maulson said. Find Executive Casino Host jobs in Shullsburg, WI. Search for full time or part time employment opportunities on Jobs2Careers. Tom Lethlean, left, mayor of Shullsburg, and Ald. Jim Paquette walk the farmland sold by Paquette in 2004 to the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. The tribe, some 300 miles to the north, wants to use the 92 acres in Shullsburg for a 70,000-square-foot casino and 200-room hotel. JOHN HART — State Journal

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