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The proposed Cedar Crossing Casino, a $250 million, 160,000 square-foot entertainment and cultural arts complex on the old Cooper's Mill site in Ce...

November 18, 2022
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The proposed Cedar Crossing Casino, a $250 million, 160,000 square-foot entertainment and cultural arts complex on the old Cooper's Mill site in Cedar Rapids, is shown in a rendering. (Courtesy Peninsula Pacific Entertainment) Jonathan Swain, part of the Cedar Crossing Casino proposal, talks to the media after a meeting of the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission in Dubuque in 2017. (The Gazette) Dan Kehl, CEO of Riverside Casino, talks with a reporter before the start of a meeting of the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission in Council Bluffs in 2014.

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