Dry Creek Band plans for new casino in better economy

The Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians of California hasn't dropped plans for a new casino.

The $600 million project was put on hold after the economy collapsed. But the tribe will restart it once the credit market improves.

"The market's starting to look good," Chairman Harvey Hopkins told The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat.

In the meantime, customers can enjoy upgrades at the River Rock Casino. The tribe spent $5.5 million on the project.

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