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Note: Draft Tribal EIR & Review Per Lead Draft TEIR intended for circulation and review for the proposed Pauma Casino Expansion project. The project consists of the replacement of the Casino Pauma's existing temporary spring-strung structure with a pavement facility. The permanent facility will be located entirely on Tribal trust land south of the existing facility, largely where existing The new casino would house up to 2,500 slot machines, 50 tablegames and 10 poker tables, according to the report. A 23-storyhotel would include 384 rooms, 16 villa-style suites, a spa, pooland Pauma Band takes comments on proposed casino (August 29, 2007) The Pauma Band of Mission Indians held a public hearing on its plans for a new casino. The tribe wants to replace Casino Pauma with a larger facility. The new casino would include 110,000 square-feet of gaming space, a... ENID, Okla. — A casino east of Enid will open in late 2018, Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma announced Tuesday. Construction will begin on the 12,000-square-foot Fancy Dance Casino in March The Pauma Band of Mission Indians wants to build a new resort and expand its gambling operations in Northeast San Diego County. A tribal gaming expert says the casino will have to do something A 178-page report about the casino’s environmental impact,written by a consultant for the tribe and required under federallaw, looked at the proposed casino’s effects on traffic, noise The Pauma Band of Mission Indians held a public hearing on its plans for a new casino. The tribe wants to replace Casino Pauma with a larger facility. The new casino would include 110,000 square-feet of gaming space, a 400-room hotel, a spa and pool area and a parking garage. Neighbors expressed concerns about increased traffic. They also are The proposed Pauma Casino Expansion Project consists of the replacement of the existing Casino Pauma's temporary spring strung structure with a permanent facility. The permanent facility will be entirely located on the Tribal trust land south of the existing facility, largely where existing surface parking is currently located. The gaming area will increase from a current 36,000 square feet to The proposed $300-million dollar resort is a bid to compete against casinos operated by neighboring tribes such as Pala and Pechanga. The 66-acre Pauma resort would replace an existing gambling hall, which will continue to operate out of large metal-framed tents during construction. The tribe hasn t decided what to call the new casino or when it will open. The proposed casino would feature The proposed Pauma Casino Replacement and Hotel Project consists of the replacement of the existing Casino Pauma's temporary spring strung with a permanent facility. The 152,000 square foot permanent casino facility will be entirely located on the Tribal trust land south of the existing facility, predominantly where existing surface parking is currently located and in an area currently used as

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