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Transportation projects help Eastern Cherokees with new casino


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Artist's rendering of the Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel in North Carolina. Photo from Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians

The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians will get a new bridge and a new road for its second gaming facility in North Carolina.

The tribe broke ground on the $110 million Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel last fall. Access will be provided by a $2.5 million bridge, the contract for which was just awarded by the North Carolina Department of Transportation.

The department will also be awarding a contract for the new road to the facility.

Get the Story:
DOT to build bridge to Murphy casino site (The Asheville Citizen-Times 2/18)

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