An $18 million casino is up for a vote next Friday. That is when the Tribal
Council of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians meet to decide. The casino
will be built in Jones County.
County officials met with tribal representatives previously to discuss plans.
The purposed casino will be 27,000 square feet, and have games such as video
slots, video poker, and video bingo. No table games at this time. There are
plans for a snack bar. Officials states no alcohol will be served for a few
years. The building will consist of a metal building with a brick fašade.
If the vote is passed, future home of the new casino will be built on the Bogue
Homa Reservation. Located near Sandersville. The exact location of the project
is still being researched by Yates Construction Company. The company has built
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