The Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians
has shared more than $850,000 in gaming revenues with the community in Michigan.
Under a consent decree in federal court, the tribe shares 2 percent of slot machine revenues with non-profits, charities and governmental units, including public schools, in a six-county area. Distributions occur twice a year -- in the winter and the summer.
Since the arrangement began in 1994, the tribe has shared more than $41 million with local governments, schools and other organizations, according to a press release posted by WPBN/WGTU.
The tribe operates three gaming facilities
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Organizations receive $854K from Grand Traverse Band 2% allocation
(WPBN/WGTU January 30, 2020)
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