Hotel proposed for Hamilton County's Strawtown: Site overlaps sensitive American Indian land

Hamilton County park officials hope to find a developer to build a three-star hotel in 750-acre Strawtown Koteewi Park, an area rich with fragile American Indian artifacts. Businesses near the northeastern Hamilton County park love the idea. American Indian groups are less enthusiastic, but willing to work with park officials. "It's kind of disturbing," said Chief Brian Buchanan of the Miami Nation of Indians of the State of Indiana. "You wouldn't want anybody digging up your grandmother." Buchanan learned of...

 

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