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Apr 11, 2012
WEB UPDATE: Karuk casino coming to Yreka
(Note: Before folks start unrolling the welcome mat, it should be noted that this tribe is all for destroying the Klamath dams. The permit grantor, the National Indian Gaming Commission, is a creation of — and managed by — the U.S. Department of the Interior. Sound fishy to you? Me, too. Read more below the article’s text.)
April 10, 2012
By John Bowman, The Siskiyou Daily News firstname.lastname@example.org or 530-842-5777
The Siskiyou Daily News
Yreka, California – The Karuk Tribe of California announced on Monday that they have received a permit from the *National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) to operate a casino in the Yreka area.
“This is a tremendous accomplishment for the Karuk Tribe and an opportunity for the surrounding communities,” said Chairman Russell “Buster” Attebery. “With this comes a lot of additional work for our tribal council, staff and membership, but the first step has successfully been accomplished,” Attebery said in a press release.
According to the release the Karuk Tribe has been working on this effort “for many years.”
In the coming months, the tribe plans to work with local, regional and state officials to work out specific details of the casino project.
District 4 County Supervisor Grace Bennett told the Daily News, “Personally, I don’t like casinos.” She said she has not had a chance to fully review all the details of the Karuks’ plans.
“A lot of what will happen will depend on the details,” Bennett said.
According to Karuk Tribal Council member Dora Bernal, whose primary focus while on the Karuk Tribal Council has been to win approval for a gaming facility, “we have worked very hard to bring gaming to the Karuk Tribe and the community. We believe this will provide critically-needed jobs and business revenues to the area for Indians and non-Indians alike.”
Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey agreed that the casino will bring increased traffic to Yreka, but he’s concerned that the influx could bring increased public safety issues with it.
“Even though casinos typically have good on-site security and can handle their own issues, theoretically, casinos can bring an increase in crime and other public safety issues,” Lopey said.
Both Lopey and Bennett said they will be talking to tribal leadership in the near future to further explore details and concerns.
Bernal told the Daily News the tribe wants to develop a positive working relationship with the Yreka City Council and the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors.
“We called them on the phone and told them about the permit before we even put out the press release,” Bernal said. “We really want to make this a positive thing for everyone in the community.”
She said the Karuk Tribe is aware of the concerns of some community members and they will be making a concerted effort to listen to those concerns and address them to the best of their ability.
Bernal explained that, so far, there are very few details available, in terms of specifics, because the primary focus has been obtaining the permit. She said the tribal council will be getting to work immediately on developing a plan.
At this point, Bernal said, there is no firm timeline for the project, but the primary consideration for the casino’s location will be near the Karuk housing facility on the east side of Yreka, though nothing is finalized yet.
Copyright 2012, The Siskiyou Daily News.
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*The National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC), 1441 L Street NW, Suite 9100, Washington, D.C. 20005. email@example.com or 202-632-7003; Fax: 202-632-7066.
“The NIGC is an independent regulatory agency established within the Department of the Interior pursuant to the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988.” “As an independent federal regulatory agency, the National Indian Gaming Commission (Commission) was established pursuant to the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988 (Act).
The Commission comprises a Chairman and two Commissioners, each of whom serves on a full-time basis for a three-year term. The Chairman is appointed by the President and must be confirmed by the Senate. The Secretary of the Interior appoints the other two Commissioners. Under the Act, at least two of the three Commissioners must be enrolled members of a federally recognized Indian tribe, and no more than two members may be of the same political party.
The Commission maintains its headquarters in Washington, D.C., with regional offices, located in Portland, Oregon; Sacramento, California; Phoenix, Arizona; St. Paul, Minnesota; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; and Washington, D.C.” “The Commission’s primary mission is to regulate gaming activities on Indian lands for the purpose of shielding Indian tribes from organized crime and other corrupting influences; to ensure that Indian tribes are the primary beneficiaries of gaming revenue; and to assure that gaming is conducted fairly and honestly by both operators and players.
To achieve these goals, the Commission is authorized to conduct investigations; undertake enforcement actions, including the issuance of violation, assessment of civil fines, and/or issuance of closure orders; conduct background investigations; conduct audits; and review and approve Tribal gaming ordinances.” ht tp://www.nigc.gov and http://www.nigc.gov/About_Us.aspx and http://www.nigc.gov/Media/Press_Releases/2012_Press_Releases.aspx and http://www.nigc.gov/Contact_Us.aspx