Calif. tribe's land deal spawns rumors of casino

Residents of Ukiah, California, say they are worried a tribal casino might come to their backyard.

The Pinoleville Band of Pomo Indians has agreed to buy 105 acres in Ukiah. The tribe hasn't disclosed publicly its plans but residents want the county to ban any sort of deal for an off-reservation casino.

The tribe has a 100-acre reservation near Ukiah.

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Board of Supervisors: Casino worries aired (The Ukiah Daily Journal 4/7)
Tribe's land buy arouses fear of casino plans (The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat 4/8)