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Editorial: Agua Caliente, Cathedral City casino agreement deserved more public airing

September 19, 2019

The tribe will acquire 12.5 acres of land on the northwest corner of East Palm Canyon Drive and Date Palm Drive, paying $5.5 million to a nonprofit that acts as a developer for downtown Cathedral City. produced by Marie McCain/The Desert Sun

Cathedral City’s downtown has moved a bit closer to its future with the recent completion of deals between the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and the City Council and Riverside County on the tribe’s new casino-entertainment zone project.

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