Sides appeal Cayuga Nation ruling
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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2002

The state of New York, local counties, private landowners and the Cayuga Nation have all appealed the tribe's $250 million land claim award on various grounds.

The state side is challenging the validity of the 64,000-acre claim. The tribe is challenging the award, saying as much as $1.7 billion is owed.

Get the Story:
Cayugas plan to appeal rulings (The Syracuse Newspaper 5/7)
Landowners file motion (The Syracuse Newspaper 5/7)

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