Controversial project to build a casino along Highway 99

A new decision made by the federal government is changing the course and timeline of a controversial project to build a casino in Madera County along Highway 99. The new casino, which will be adjacent to Highway 99 at Avenue 17, is planned to include 2,000 slot machines, 40 table games and a 200-room hotel. T he California Supreme Court has given the final approval to the North Fork Rancheria Hotel & Casino Resort , planned in Madera County. The tribe plans to build a huge casino on the outskirts of the city of Madera, on busy Highway 99, and analysts say it will bank millions of dollars almost immediately. California Tribal Casino Gets Supreme Court Approval After 17-Year Wait. North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians got go-ahead to build casino in Madera County; In 2003, Mono struck deal with Station Casinos to develop and manage proposed facility; Supreme Court ruled governor “acted within his authority” in concurring two federal decisions The County of Madera has an unemployment rate of 9.7%. For years a tribe has been trying to create a destination spa/resort/casino that would create hundreds of well paying jobs, new government revenues without a tax increase and amenities for the community. The good news is if you do not like the casino, you do not have to go to it for the buffet or the entertainment, while the rest of the The proposed Madera casino will be adjacent to Highway 99 at Avenue 17. It will have 2,000 slot machines, 40 gaming tables, and a hotel that is expected to have 200 rooms. It will be operated by the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians, a federally recognized Native American tribe with more than 2,200 tribal citizens and has government offices in Madera county. Madera County is more than buildings and business. It's about people. People who have chosen to live life the way it was meant to be; surrounded in peace and harmony with the land, living with the assurances of quality health care. Live Affordably Housing costs in the county are some of the most desirable in the State. In addition, our parks system (local, county, state and national) are some The California State Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of North Fork Rancheria’s plans to build a casino and hotel off Highway 99 near Madera.. The court issued a 73-page decision settling the NORTH FORK, Calif. (KFSN) -- A federal judge is allowing plans to move forward to build a casino along Highway 99 in Madera County. The lawsuit was one of the biggest obstacles for North Fork Madera casino lawsuit moves to U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. January 10, 2020. The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit will hear a case Feb 11 against the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians and its plans to build a casino in Madera County, California. This is case appealed from a district court that ruled in favor of

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