Still no deal between Oneida Nation and county

The Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and Brown County have been negotiating for two years on a service-fee agreement.

The talks have been positive, a county executive said, but both sides disagree on how much the tribe should pay the county for services provided to trust land. In 2002 and 2003, the tribe paid $500,000 in lieu of paying property taxes on trust land.

The tribe has reached a deal with Outagamie County worth $1.2 million over 10 years.

Get the Story:
Brown County pursues Oneida fee deal (The Green Bay Press Gazette 8/15)

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