Sioux City mayor thinks the casino interest is a good sign
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SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
Before Ho-Chunk made its announcement Friday afternoon, we asked Sioux City Mayor Bob Scott about the growing competition for a casino in downtown Sioux City.
He says it is a good sign for the city.
"Well if you remember when we first started this process we could have been led to believe by Penn that there wouldn't be any proposals now we see that there could be three potentials, one of them being theirs. So yeah, because of the uncertainty, and a cloud over litigation that's presently before the state, three under these conditions, I'd say that's really good," Mayor Bob Scott said.
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