PRESS RELEASE: Governor Scott Walker, January 23, 2015
“After a comprehensive review of the potential economic impact of the
proposed Kenosha casino project, the risk to the state’s taxpayers is too
great. Due to the compacts negotiated by Governor Doyle, the current cost to
taxpayers of approving the proposed casino project is up to $100 million and
the long-term economic hit to the state budget would be a potential loss of
hundreds of millions of dollars.”
The Menominee Tribe wanted to build a casino in Kenosha since the 1990s.
After years of legal hurdles to obtain federal and local approvals, the
tribe needed state approval from Gov. Scott Walker. If granted, the
Menominee Tribe would have built a $808 million casino resort branded with the
name Hard Rock Casino Kenosha.
The casino construction was be scheduled in two phases over a total of two
100,000-square foot gaming floor
3,100 slot machines
75 table games
Fine dining options
400-room upscale hotel
5,000-seat multipurpose entertainment facility
50,000 square feet of retail space
Parking for 8,500 vehicles
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