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Redding Rancheria

March 29, 2021: REDDING RANCHERIA, a federally-recognized Indian Tribe, Plaintiff, vs STATE OF CALIFORNIA, and GAVIN NEWSOM IN HIS OFFICIAL CAPACITY AS GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA.
Redding Rancheria formally began negotiations for a new or renewed gaming compact with California in 2015, but the two parties could not agree on language for several key provisions, including mandatory agreements with local governments, an arbitration clause and organized labor regulations for the workforce.
November 16, 2020: Dept of the Interior to Chairman Jack Potter Jr. from ASIF Tara Sweeney
“…it is our view that the Department’s 2010 prior Restored Lands Decision that Strawberry Fields parcel is not eligible for gaming was the correct application of the regulations. Accordingly the Department hereby withdraws its participation in the MOU.”
May 14, 2020: Suspension Notice of Gaming Fee to Trust
Oct. 1, 2019: Shasta County Opposition Letter to Fee to Trust
Shasta BOS voted 5-0 to send a letter opposing the FTT
June 3, 2019: Stand Up Letter of Comment on DEIS
May 22, 2019: City of Redding Letter of Comment on DEIS
Strawberry Fields Gaming Application
APRIL 2019: REDDING RANCHERIA PENDING FEE TO TRUST APPLICATIONS
April 10, 2019: Fed Reg - Notice of BIA filing a DEIS
APRIL 10, 2019: FED REG - NOTICE OF INTENT TO FILE DEIS
February 28, 2019: DOI letter to Senator Feinstein
Dec. 2017: Final Determination Letter
December 6, 2017 : Stand Up Request to be added to Service List and Comment on Casino Re-Location
Stand up letter of Request
November 22, 2017: Notice of Nongaming Applictation
Redding Rancheria 77.87 ac
October 2017:  Redding Rancheria MOU with BIA approving Restored Lands
Strawberry Fields signs MOU
Sept. 8, 2017 Redding Rancheria
Notice of Land Acquisition Application for the Redding Rancheria for 66+ acres
May 2017: Scoping Report
Redding Rancheria Fee-to-Trust and Casino Project
Jan. 20, 2015: Redding Rancheria v SOI Jewell - OPINION
Federal officials improperly ignored an Indian tribe's offer to close its casino in exchange for permission to build a larger one on proposed trust land, the 9th Circuit ruled Tuesday.
August 2, 2012: Redding Rancheria v. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell
Opening Brief
Dec. 23, 2010: Negative Lands Determination
No gaming.

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