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Cloverdale Rancheria

April 29, 2016: Cover letter to ROD
April 29, 2016: Final Record of Decision
April 18, 2014: Final FEIS
June 14, 2012: Governor Comments on Cloverdale Fee To Trust
April 12, 2012: Cloverdale Gaming Application
78.4 ac Restored Lands
September 27, 2010: Appeal to Organize Cloverdale Rancheria
August 6, 2010: Federal Register Notice - DEIS
Comments now due on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement
Tribe is currently not recognized as an organized government and therefore cannot contract. (Not eligible for RSTF money)
May 2010: Cloverdale Casino Site Headed for Foreclosure
Property purchased in Sonoma County, CA, by Sealaska in 2007 for the Cloverdale Band of Pomo Indians casino site appears to be headed for foreclosure. The property (see parcel info attached) was purchased in 2007 for $8 million +, a sum that exceeded the market value of the land. The company formed to handle the local project was called Amonos, LLC ("Sonoma" spelled backwards). Attached is the business info from the Secretary of State's web site for Amonos, LLC and Amonos II, LLC, both of which show an address of Sealaska Plaza in Juneau. On March 26, 2010, a default notice was posted for the property shown as "250 Lile Lane" in Cloverdale, (Sonoma Herald Recorder) The Trust Deed ("TD") is shown as $8,250,000, and Amonos, LLC is listed as Trustor, with Fidelity National Title out of Rancho Cordova, CA as Trustee. For background info is the 2007 local news coverage about the land purchase. SEE ATTACHMENTS IN RELATED ITEMS
May 2009: For Immediate Release - Positive Indian Lands Opinions
Cloverdale Rancheria Press Release
Dec. 2008: DOI Positive Restored Lands Determination

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