Proposed casino would be a “regional project” in revenue for charitable purposes

~See video below

Grow Greene County Gaming Corporation and Wild Rose Entertainment agreed late last fall to a 5 percent sharing of adjusted gaming revenue for charitable purposes, with a portion of that to be designated for grants in neighboring counties. If a gaming license is approved for Greene County by the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission, Grow Greene County will receive approximately $1.5 million per year to use for charitable purposes. Of that, $1.2 million will be used for Greene County projects, and another $300,000 will be available to fund projects in Carroll, Guthrie, Dallas, Boone, Webster and Calhoun Counties.

Listen to supporters as they talk about the revenue sharing agreement in a portion of the video shown to the IRGC during a March 6 presentation seeking a gaming license.

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