Report: Kenosha casino approval would be ‘significantly less’ risky today for state than when Walker rejected it

The Bristol Village Board and Community Development Authority voted unanimously Tuesday to sell 60 acres of land to Hard Rock International for about $15 million.
The Bristol Village Board and Community Development Authority voted unanimously in July 2022 to sell 59.2 acres of land to Hard Rock International for about $15 million.

Last updated on October 31st, 2022 at 02:05 pmIn 2015, when then Gov. Scott Walker rejected plans by the Menominee Tribe and Hard Rock International to build a casino and entertainment complex at the former Dairyland Greyhound Park site in Kenosha, Walker and his administration said approving the Kenosha casino plans could cost the state

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Andrew is the editor of BizTimes Milwaukee. He joined BizTimes in 2003, serving as managing editor and real estate reporter for 11 years. A University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate, he is a lifelong resident of the state. He lives in Muskego with his wife, Seng, their son, Zach, and their dog, Hokey. He is an avid sports fan and is a member of the Muskego Athletic Association board of directors.

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