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Unfinished parking lot and extreme heat holds up Chemehuevi Indian Tribe’s Havasu Landing Casino opening

K Morrison August 5, 2019

Nearly seven years in the making, “work force challenges” are being blamed for the delay of the long-awaited opening of the new $40 million Havasu Landing Resort & Casino in California across the border from Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

The Chemehuevi Indian Tribe broke ground on the 25,000 square-foot resort and casino on November 14, 2017. At that time, California-based Bernards Bros. Construction slated the project for completion in spring 2019. However, tribal officials say that an unpaved parking lot now stands in the way of the much-anticipated grand opening.

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