The Cowlitz Project will be a premier entertainment, dining and meeting destination in the Pacific Northwest. Located in the heart of Southwest Washington off of the I-5 La Center exit, the 368,000-square-foot casino resort will include 100,000 square feet of gaming space, over 15 restaurants and retails shops, and eventually a 2,500-seat entertainment venue. More information is available by Salishan-Mohegan LLC will be developing and managing the casino due to the development agreement and management agreement signed with the Cowlitz Tribal Gaming Authority. The agreement is for seven years. The second phase of the development process should include hotel construction, three to four years after the casino has opened. The casino project will bring short term construction jobs to A recent aerial view shows the Cowlitz Tribe’s $510 million casino project under construction along the west side of Interstate 5 at Exit 16. Grey Eagle Photography Facebook Cowlitz Indian Tribe Trust Acquisition and Casino Project Final EIS Evaluation of Adequacy 1.0 INTRODUCTION approval of a gaming development and management contract; and (4) development of a casino-resort, tribal headquarters, tribal elder housing, a tribal cultural center, and other ancillary facilities on the Proposed Trust Property. No changes to the footprint and scope of the Proposed Moody’s Investor Service on Thursday assigned a B3 Corporate Family Rating to the Cowlitz Tribal Gaming Authority’s $485 million financing for its casino in La Center, a cautionary rating that on the Cowlitz River, two parcels near Toledo and a large habitat parcel in Oregon near Astoria. Many prominent issues are before us including sea lions, Lewis River fish passage issue, and cultural resource management. We are planning a Cowlitz Tribal history project to update, document, and better preserve our history, with La Center, Wash., – January 27, 2016 – The Cowlitz Indian Tribe, in collaboration with their partner, Mohegan Sun, announced today that Kara Fox-LaRose has been appointed General Manager of the Cowlitz Project, the $500-million-dollar casino project that will be the West Coast’s premier gaming, dining, entertainment and meeting destination.
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