Posts Tagged ‘Premier Gaming Group’

MDOT denies Natchez riverfront park grant

NATCHEZ — Plans for a riverfront park near Magnolia Bluffs Casino could now be dead since the Mississippi Department of Transportation denied a grant application for the $2.5 million park from the city of Natchez. City Engineer David Gardner says MDOT denied the application because the park did not qualify for the transportation enhancement funds […] [...]

Roth Hill casino gets go-ahead in Natchez

by Clay Chandler Published: November 27,2011

Tags: casino, Mississippi Gaming Commission, Natchez, Premier Gaming Group, Roth Hill

In early 2008, developers of a planned casino on Natchez’s Roth Hill appeared before the Mississippi Gaming Commission and got site approval for the project. Almost four years and a few delays later, Premier Gaming Group received from the MGC at its October meeting permission to begin construction, said Allen Godfrey, the Commission’s executive director. […] [...]

Natchez mayor hopeful casino agreement forged this week

Like most other timelines with the Roth Hill casino project in Natchez, the latest one has been pushed back. Led by Kentucky-based Premier Gaming Group, developers of the $45-million land-based casino planned for five acres on the banks of the Mississippi River hoped to forge an extension to the lease option agreement that has been […] [...]

Natchez casino project hits another snag

by Clay Chandler Published: March 6,2011

Tags: Bob Pollard, Dan Dillard, Kevin Preston, MBJ FEATURE, Premier Gaming Group

In Feb. 2008, developers of a Natchez casino on that city’s famed Roth Hill appeared before the Mississippi Gaming Commission and got site approval for the project. Natchez aldermen don’t believe enough has happened since then, so in their Feb. 22 meeting, they voted 5-1 to notify Premier Gaming Group, a Kentucky-based company spearheading the […] [...]

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