On Friday land that was the previous location for the proposed Royal D'Iberville
casino was purchased by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.
As of now it is unclear if the tribe will build a casino at the site.
If the tribe uses the land to develop a casino, they will pay taxes on the
revenue that is earned. This is requirement by the state for all commercial
casinos. They will also need to apply for a state license since the casino would
be built on non tribal land.
Currently there are three casinos in Alabama that the tribe owns. They also own
race tracks in Florida and Alabama.
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