Graton Rancheria agrees to pay county to offset casino impacts
Monday, October 22, 2012
The Federated Indians of
Graton Rancheria will pay at least $9 million a year, and up to $38 million a year, to Sonoma County to address impacts of its casino.
The $9 million is a base payment that includes law enforcement, infrastructure and other mitigation fees.
The tribe also agreed to share 15 percent of net gaming earnings for the first seven years and 12 percent thereafter.
The agreement will be taken up at a county meeting tomorrow.
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Tribal casino to pay at least $9 million a year to Sonoma County
(The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat 10/20)