Nighttime in Jamul, California. Photo: Sean McGee Hicks
California | Openings & Closings

Jamul Indian Village works with county to improve roads leading to new casino

The Jamul Indian Village is working with San Diego County in California to address conditions on roads leading to its new casino.

The tribe donated $1.1 million to the county last week as part of a $3.4 million commitment, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported. The money will be used for improvements along Highway 94, which leads to the Hollywood Casino Jamul - San Diego.

The tribe opened the facility in October 2016. It's only about 20 miles from downtown San Diego but Highway 94, also known as Campo Road, runs only two lanes as it approaches the reservation.

Read More on the Story:
Jamul tribe gives $1.1 million to county for road upgrades (The San Diego Union-Tribune August 25, 2017)

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