On February 14 ground was broken for the new $510 million casino owned by the
Cowlitz Tribe. The casino will be located near La Center.
500 people attended the ceremony. In attendance were city officials, state
legislators, and members of the Cowlitz Tribe.
Representatives of the Mohegan Tribe of Indians from Connecticut were also
present. The Mohegan's are helping the Cowlitz by collaborating with them over
the casino project.
Construction had previously started on the property. In the spring of next year,
the first building is schedule to open.
When the casino is completed it will operate 75 game tables with 5 tables for
high limits. There will also be 2,500 slot machines and 60 slot machines with
high limits. The game floor will be 100,000 square feet. Space for events and
conferences, bars, and restaurants are also planned.
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