Agua Caliente Tribe revives Palm Springs plan
Wednesday, March 3, 2004

The tribal council of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians voted to revise a plan for tribal land in Palm Springs, California, The Palm Springs Desert Sun reported.

The revisions are aimed at resolving misconceptions about the tribe's proposal for "Section 14." References to the creation of an entertainment district, with a theme park, high-rises and a casino, have been deleted.

The plan now limits development to restaurants, retail stores, hotel resorts and residential units. The tribe owns the square-mile section.

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Tribe makes changes to Section 14 plan (The Palm Springs Desert Sun 3/3)

Relevant Links:
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