City police await share of funds for Graton Rancheria casino

The city of Petaluma, California, is waiting on law enforcement funds from the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria.

The tribe promise the city $100,000 a year to address the impacts of the $825 million Graton Resort and Casino. The money is expected in early 2014.

The casino has drawn thousands of visitors a day but law enforcement say they haven't seen an increase in criminal activity so far.

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City awaits casino money (The Petaluma Argus-Courier 11/25)

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