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Pinoleville Pomo Nation buys site of long-delayed casino project




The Pinoleville Pomo Nation has been hoping to use a property at 2150 North State Street in Ukiah, California, for a casino. Image from Google Maps

The Pinoleville Pomo Nation might be reviving plans for a long-delayed casino in northern California.

The tribe announced the $50 million project in 2009, signed a Class III gaming compact with the state and secured a favorable Indian lands opinion from the National Indian Gaming Commission. But questions arose after the 8.8-acre property in Ukiah was put up for sale last year.

The tribe has since purchased the site for $2.24 million, The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat reported. The land is located within the boundaries of the tribe's original reservation.

Read More on the Story:
Ukiah tribe purchases property for new casino (The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat 3/22)

National Indian Gaming Commission Document:
Indain Lands Opinion (September 28, 2015)

Federal Register Notice:
Indian Gaming (February 3, 2012)

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