Jefferson Casino Details to be Released Soon

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By Rachel Begle

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Supporters of a proposed Jefferson casino say they're announcing further details of plans including information about how much money they'd give to charities in Greene County and neighboring counties.

A news conference is set for noon Tuesday for the Grow Greene County Gaming Corp. and Wild Rose Entertainment to discuss their operating agreement and community investment plans.

Grow Greene County Gaming is a nonprofit organization set up to apply for a gambling license from state regulators. Their application is due Jan. 6.

Wild Rose, a West Des Moines gambling company operates casinos in Emmetsburg and Clinton. It is proposing a casino, convention center, restaurant and hotel complex for Jefferson.

Voters overwhelmingly approved a casino project in August.

Gambling regulators haven't decided whether they'll approve a license for the project.

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