The clock is winding down on the long awaited decision from the Iowa Racing and Gaming commission on who will build a new indoor gambling casino in Woodbury County.
The commission meets this Thursday beginning at 8:30am in the Mid America Center in Council Bluffs.
The local casino decision is the last item on the meeting agenda.
Chairman Jeff Lamberti says the commissioners have not met since their March meeting in Sioux City.
They will choose between four proposals, three of which would place the casino in downtown Sioux City, the 4th would build the casino in the Port Neal area near Salix.
A KSCJ listener poll on our website, which is non-scientific, has 125 total votes cast as of Sunday night.
That poll had 52% favoring the Hollywood Penn Gaming proposal for Port Neal, with 28% favoring the downtown Hollywood Casino, 15.2% the Hard Rock proposal and 4.8% the Warrior Casino.
A poll commissioned by the Sioux city Journal last week of registered Woodbury County voters had Hard rock ranked as the first choice, with the Warrior second, Hollywood Downtown third and Hollywood's rural county proposal 4th.