Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma is working on Casino plans in Shawnee
January 24, 2012
The western part of Shawnee may be annexed for a new casino if approved by city
officials. The area in consideration is 56 acres. The Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma
are working with the city to try to make the new gaming facility happen.
Plans for the casino are moving forward. Tribal members had previously had the
land put into trust. There has also been approval by the National Indian Gaming
Commission. However, nothing has been released to give details on how big the
future casino will be.
The Kickapoo are working on plans for utilities for the facility. They need to
arrange for water and trash removal. As well as provide police and fire
services. The city of Shawnee is in talks with the tribe about these issues.
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