Development to continue if Haras leaves Lake Charles

The city still plans to ask voters in July to allow commercial development of the Lake Charles Civic Center north of Lake Charles Civic Center. Hara Entertainment is expected to announce today that it will not reopen the Lake Charles facility at its state Game Control Board meeting. The two-river casino complex was hit hard by Hurricane Rita in September. It has been closed since then. The 263-room casino hotel reopened as the Lakefront Hotel in February.

Pinnacle Entertainment, which owns the L’Auberge du Lac casino resort, reportedly asked to buy both a gambling license for L’Auberge du Lac and a gambling license for Port Allen on the Mississippi River in West Baton Rouge Parish. 에볼루션 바카라사이트

“We wanted to give Hara a chance before they made a final decision to consider developing a lakefront,” Roach said.

“The idea was that if they decided to stay, they would create something to compete with Pinnacle’s resort.”
Roach said the city had given several lakefront site options to move Hara’s casino complex.

“But if they’re not coming, that doesn’t mean development won’t happen,” he said.

“I think it means it’s going to happen in a different way. I don’t think this is a big hit.”

Roach said he had spoken to Andres Duani of Platter-Ziberg after developing a city development plan with Lake Rita.

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