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Developers to give IRGC detailed plans for downtown casino

Three developers who want to build a casino in downtown Sioux City make their pitch to state regulators Thursday.  They'll each give detailed presentations to the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission in Altoona, Iowa.  Penn National Gaming, Sioux City Entertainment and Ho-Chunk Incorporated are all proposing land-based casinos.  The IRGC will decide in April which plan gets the gambling license.

CIP BUDGET DAY TWO: Fire, Police, Community Development

Parking problems at police headquarters.  The parking lot at the Sioux City Police Department is 25 years old.  It's cracked and there's not enough space.  In its capital improvement project proposal to the city council, the department wants $232,000 for a new one.  The parking lot is part of a larger plan to reconstruct and repair police headquarters.  In the fiscal year 2015 and 2016, officials have plans to remodel the exterior of the building.Parking problems at police headquarters.  The parking lot at the Sioux City Police Department is 25 years old.  It's cracked and there's not enough space.  In its capital improvement project proposal to the city council, the department wants $232,000 for a new one.  The parking lot is part of a larger plan to reconstruct and repair police headquarters.  In the fiscal year 2015 and 2016, officials have plans to remodel the exterior of the building.

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