Plans are being made by the Ute Indian Tribe to build a casino in town of
Dinosaur has a population on 320 people. If approved, the casino will increase
tourism to the town as well as create new jobs.
Currently there are casinos in operation in Central City, Cripple Creek, and
Black Hawk. However, the Ute Indian Tribe will own and operate the casino in
Dinosaur. Tribal casinos must operate under different federal laws.
The tribe will need to obtain additional land off their current reservation. In
order for that to occur, the tribe and the government will need to make an
agreement and put land into trust. A gaming compact will also need to be made.
Currently, there are two tribal owned casinos. They are located in the southwest
area of the state.
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