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Baum kansas presentation   cherokee ag
Baum kansas presentation   cherokee ag
Baum kansas presentation   cherokee ag
Baum kansas presentation   cherokee ag
Baum kansas presentation   cherokee ag
Baum kansas presentation   cherokee ag
Baum kansas presentation   cherokee ag
Baum kansas presentation   cherokee ag
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Kansas Racing & Gaming Commission
Casino Proposal
http://krgc.ks.gov/

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  1. Hollywood Casino at Penn National
  2. Hollywood Slots Bangor
  3. Region Map
  4. Hollywood Cherokee Site Plan
  5. Hollywood Cherokee Floor Plan
  6. Hollywood Cherokee Casino
  7. Hollywood Cherokee Project Budget – Phase I Land / Site Dev $36,334,346 Construction 38,131,789 FF & E 39,010,703 Other 11,523,162 Sub-total $125,000,000 License Fee 25,000,000 TOTAL $150,000,000 Project Schedule Pre-Construction / Permits Sept. ‘08 – Dec. ‘08 Construction Site / Foundations Dec. ‘08 – March ‘09 Construction Casino / Hotel March ‘09 – March ‘10 CO’s / Pre-Opening Feb. ‘10 – Apr. ‘10 Open Facility May ‘10
  8. Hollywood Cherokee Site Status • Cherokee County Endorsement & Executed Pre- Development Agreement – July 22, 2007 • No rezoning required • Phase I Environmental – No adverse effects Wetlands – manageable on site Species study – critical habitat found, mitigation coordinated on site with KS Dept. of Wildlife & Parks Drainage – no adverse effects • Utility sourcing and coordination with providers • Preliminary Traffic study – only frontage improvements required in initial phase

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