Virginia Tribe Buys 610 Acres Near Williamsburg, Site Could Be State’s First Casino

Virginia Tribe Buys 610 Acres Near Williamsburg, Site Could Be State’s First Casino

24 april 2018 21:00:44

The Pamunkey Indian Tribe in Virginia has acquired more than 600 acres of vacant land in New Kent County east of Richmond in what could become the future site of the state’s first casino resort. According to public property records and The Daily Press, a limited liability company registered in Illinois that’s tied to the…Read More

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