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Enterprise Rancheria takes big step forward for gaming project

Filed Under: California | Casino Stalker
More on: bia, enterprise, land-into-trust, north fork, off-reservation
   
The Enterprise Rancheria of California cleared a major hurdle in its decade-long quest to build an off-reservation casino.

The tribe signed agreements with Yuba County and the city of Marysville back in 2002. After a lengthy federal review process, the Bureau of Indian Affairs approved the tribe's off-reservation casino application last September and its land-into-trust application last month.

"This is our final step with the federal government," Chair Glenda Nelson told The Sacramento Bee, referring to the land-into-trust approval.

The tribe's Class III gaming compact is expected to be ratified by the state Legislature early next year.

Get the Story:
Tribe wins Yuba casino OK (The Sacramento Bee 12/4)
Casino still a long way off for Enterprise Rancheria (The Sacramento Business Journal 12/3)

Federal Register Notice:
Land Acquisitions; Enterprise Rancheria of Maidu Indians of California (December 3, 2012)

Related Stories:
BIA backs land-into-trust applications for casinos in California (12/3)

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