Oneida Nation close to reopening of golf course
The Oneida Nation is close to reopening a golf course in the village of Hobart, Wisconsin.

After settling a lawsuit with the village, the tribe closed a $10.5 million deal for the Thornberry Creek Golf Course in December. All that's left now is for the village to approve a liquor license for the facility.

The tribe paid a lower price for the course to account for restrictions imposed on the property. The village says it must consent to any land-into-trust application for the site.

In related news, the tribe signed a 15-year agreement to pay the city of Green Bay $250,000 a year for municipal services.

Get the Story:
Oneidas on verge of reopening Thornberry Creek Golf Course (The Green Bay Press-Gazette 3/10)
Oneidas, Green Bay sign $3.75M agreement (The Green Bay Press-Gazette 3/10)

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