Dry Creek Rancheria provides $400K for casino road projects

The Dry Creek Rancheria of California is using $400,000 in Indian Reservation Roads funding for casino-related projects.

The tribe will use $200,000 to repave a road and $150,000 to pay for engineering and environmental studies for a bridge upgrade project. The road and the bridge bring customers to the River Rock Casino.

Finally, $50,000 will be used for an engineering study on sidewalks on the road that's being repaved.

"It's an an opportunity to share a grant the tribe receives with the county," Chairman Harvey Hopkins told The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat.

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