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Lottery approves lone Sumner County casino bidder

Wichita Business Journal,  Tuesday, August 25, 2009 at 5:26:55 PM

The Kansas Lottery Commission on Tuesday approved the lone casino contract for Sumner County, setting up a final approval process for a large-scale facility near Mulvane.

The commission voted unanimously and with little discussion to approve a contract with Foxwoods Development Co. to build a Chisholm Creek Casino Resort near the Mulvane exit of the Kansas Turnpike. The development group would build the casino in phases. The first phase would put $153 million in infrastructure in place within 20 months.

The contract approval came after two other prospective casino developers dropped out of the running in hopes of joining forces with Foxwoods on its bid. the source
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