The Pinoleville Pomo Nation of California appears to be making progress on its casino plan.
The tribe signed a Class III
with Gov. Jerry
(D) in August 2011. As part of the agreement, the tribe has to address off-reservation impacts of its casino.
The Mendocino County Board of Supervisors will be considering a memorandum of understanding on Thursday for the proposed casino, The Ukiah Daily Journal reports.
Phase one consists of a 26,000 square-foot casino with 349 slot machines, 10 table games, a restaurant, a bar and lounge, a deli, a retail shop and other amenities, the paper said.
In a second phase, the tribe anticipates expanding the casino to 80,000 square-feet to house up to 749 slot machines.
Phase three would include a hotel, event center and meeting rooms.
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