Dry Creek Rancheria agrees to provide $2M for road projects

The Dry Creek Rancheria of California plans to share up to $2 million in Indian Reservation Roads funds with Sonoma County, The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat reports.

The money will be used for several road and bridge projects. Some of the projects are on the reservation, others are not.

The tribe expects to receive IRR funds from the Federal Highway Administration and the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

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