A public meeting to discuss the environmental impact of a proposed tribal village and casino in South Bend could come in a matter of weeks. The South Bend Tribune reports the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians has not yet announced a date for the meeting that will be held at the Century Center in the St. Joseph County city. The band is based in Michigan, but has a presence in northern Indiana.

The project has been under consideration and going through planning and approval processes since 2012.

You can view more details from the band by clicking here.

Plans call for a hotel and casino, 44-unit housing development, plus health, “multi-purpose” and government facilities to be built on a nearly 166-acre property southwest of downtown South Bend.

Sources: The South Bend Tribune, The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians

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