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Graton Rancheria agrees to pay more for impacts of casino

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Artist's rendering of the Graton Resort and Casino. Image from Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria.

The Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria of California has agreed to a new revenue-sharing deal with the city of Rohnert Park.

The tribe is paying $251 million to the city over 20 years for public safety, education, traffic improvements and other services, The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat reported. That's $40 million more than was provided in a prior deal.

The $800 million Graton Resort and Casino is expected to open later this year.

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Rohnert Park signs new casino revenue-sharing deal, gets $40 million more (The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat 3/27)

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