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Paskenta Band says leadership issues won't affect casino

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The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians says a leadership and disenrollment dispute won't affect operations at the tribal casino.

Several council members resigned amid a disenrollment effort. But Chairman Andy Freeman remains in office, the tribe said in a press release.

“Rolling Hills Casino has operated as an independent business from the day we opened," Bruce Thomas, the CEO of Rolling Hills Casino, said in a press release. “Chairman Freeman has asked that we remain focused on delivering outstanding guest service and preserve our position as leaders in our community.”

The press release did not say how many people were disenrolled.

Get the Story:
Press Release: Rolling Hills Casino Remains Focused on Guest Experience and Community Partnerships Through Tribal Transition (Rolling Hills Casino 4/21)
Rolling Hills Casino's governing body going through "tribal transition" (Action News Now 4/21)

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