BIA moving forward on Lytton Band land-into-trust application

The Bureau of Indian Affairs is moving forward with a land-into-trust application for the Lytton Band of Pomo Indians in California.

The BIA issued a finding of no significant impact for the tribe's housing project, The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat reported. The decision came after supervisors in Sonoma County asked for a more detailed environmental impact statement.

The plans to build as many as 147 homes on a 124-acre site. A final decision on the application isn't expected for some time, an attorney for the county said.

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