Opponents of proposing a $325 million casino outside of Slideel, Louisiana, have resumed legal efforts to stop St. Louis. The Diocese of Tamani holds a referendum on whether gambling houses should be hosted.
In June, Covington-based lawyers Charles Branton and Slideel pastor John Raymond filed two lawsuits to prevent a casino referendum from taking place on Nov. 13.
The lawsuit cited many issues related to voting, ranging from violations of Louisiana’s constitution to violations of parish rules banning riverboat casinos within a mile of schools, public playgrounds, churches or libraries. 파칭코사이트인포
Previous legal efforts failed, but the lawsuit was consolidated from June and a revised petition was filed this Friday in the St. Louis District Court. Diocese of Tamani. The new lawsuit outlines several arguments that a November referendum should not be held.
Los Angeles-based developer Peninsula Pacific Entertainment (P2E) wants to build a $325 million hotel and casino complex on a roughly 50-acre site at Interstate 10 exit 261 along Lake Pontchartrain outside Slidell.
The company previously operated a currently closed Diamond Jacks casino in Boisier City and intends to use an empty casino license for its proposed Slide L project. However, before it can be done, st. Many residents need to vote in a local referendum on whether the parish-wide ban on casino expansion should be lifted in 1996.