The city of Kenner, located in southeastern Louisiana, has allowed casino operator Kenner’s Treasure Chest to lease municipal land for 25 years (with a possible extension of another 50 years).
The site is needed to transfer the gambling house, which is on board the river steamer, to a stationary facility on the ground.
Gambling industry experts recalled that Kenner’s Treasure Chest casino is the city’s budget-forming enterprise, which annually receives $3.6 million from the gambling house. And if the number of clients of the gambling establishment grows, the deductions in favor of Kenner will also increase, experts noted.
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