March 8, 2016: NOA Gaming Agreement EIS Review
Comments Due on Supplemental Draft Environmental Statement by April 28, 2016
May 15, 2015: Court Order - Jamul Tribe Permitted to Build
April 7, 2014: Walter Rosales, Karen Toggery el.al v State of California Department of Transportation
Demand for Jury Trial. California Department of Transportation is causing irreparable damage to Native American human remains, along with the items associated with their human remains, including, but not limited to grave goods, cultural items, associated funerary objects, sacred objects, and objects of cultural patrimony, as defined in Cal. Pub. Res. C. 5097.9-5097.99, by knowingly and/or willfully mutilating, disinterring, wantonly disturbing, and willfully removing them to state property without authority of law.
August 27, 2013: Governor to Chairman of Jamul
Cal Trans issues
September 23, 2013: Jamul Action Committee and Jamul Community Church v. Stevens
The Plaintiffs challenge the National Indian Gaming Commission’s (“NIGC”) final agency action that declared that the Jamul Indian Village (“JIV”) has “Indian lands” that qualify for gambling under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (“IGRA”). (25 U.S.C. § 2703.) This Indian lands determination (“ILD”) was first included in the “PUBLIC NOTICE: Notice of Intent to Prepare a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS; attached hereto as Exhibit J) for the Approval of a Gaming Management Contract. The ILD was issued by the Chairwoman of the NIGC and supported by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior (“DOI”) through their employees, designees and agencies, including the Bureau of Indian Affairs (“BIA”). The ILD was first published in the Federal Register, on April 10, 2013. (78 Fed.Reg. 21398-21399.)
April 4, 2013: Notice of Intent to Prepare SEIS
Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement
March 8, 2011: Petition for Writ of Certiorari
Walter Rosales and Karen Toggerty v. United States - Carcieri Challenge
Jan. 29, 2010: Rosales v. United States
California now has three tribes involved in Carcieri v Salzar like challenges See page 12 and 52. As long as tribes continue to promote bogus off reservation casinos - these types of challenges are likely to continue.
April 2009: Jaumul Cal Trans Agreement
Sept. 22, 2008: California Dept. of Transportation
New Information
October 2008: Jamul Indian Village v. California Department of Transportation
July 2008: Rosales, Toggery v. US Dept. of the Interior
A breach of fiduciary duty and general trust responsibility - Exhibits document federal recognition in 1981.
March 2007: San Diego to Governor
Enforce terms of compact
Dec. 2005: Governor to Jamul Leadership
March 2003: Walter Rosales v. Dept. of the Interior
Tribal member living on land - pending eviction from tribal leadership
October 1974: Letter-Arguments For Federal Recognition
October 24 1974 letter from the Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc.,

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