CASINO PLANS: Joshua Tree MAC Meeting

The “Casino Proposal”
is on the JUNE 2012
MAC MEETING AGENDA

JOSHUA TREE — Thursday, June 21, 2012

According to a well informed Joshua Tree resident, a discussion of the proposed 29-Palms Band of Mission Indians Casino to be located in Joshua Tree will be an official agenda item to be discussed by the Joshua Tree Municipal Advisory Council, concerned citizens, government representatives and proponents for the establishment of an Indian Casino in Joshua Tree.

This meeting will be held at the Joshua Tree Community Center starting promptly at 7 p.m. Click here for a local MAP.

For those interested in reviewing various writings on the effects of Casinos, Pros ‘n Cons, Government involvement, History, Statistics, etc., click “continue reading” below for a listing of links to the websites providing that information and research data. This listing was provided by a local JT resident.

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CASINO  RESEARCH 
 
California Nations Indian Gaming Association
            www.CNIGA.com
Tribal Gaming & community Planning in California
            California Planning Roundtable
            www.cproundtable.org/cprwww/docs/TGnCP.bw.pdf
Fee to Trust Introduction
http://www.citizensalliance.org/Major%20Issues/Land%20Into%20Trust/Fee%20To%20Trust%20Introduction.htm
Indian Gaming in California
http://igs.berkeley.edu/library/research/quickhelp/policy/government/indian_gaming.html
Indian Gaming Regulatory Act
            http://www.nigc.gov/Laws_Regulations/Indian_Gaming_Regulatory_Act.aspx
National Indian Gaming Commission Home Page
            www.nigc.gov
29 Palms Band of Mission Indians
            www.29Palmsband.com
Stand Up California
            www.standupca.org
Tribal Casinos and Their Impacts on a California Community
            Palm Springs & the Impact of the Agua Caliente Casinos
            http://www.standupca.org/reports/Casinoimpact.pdf
Local Government Symposium:  The Role of Local Government in
Tribal-State Compact Negotiations
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/local-government-symposium-the-role-of-local-government-in-the-tribal-state-compact-re-negotiations-74469712.html
California Gambling Control Commission
            http://www.cgcc.ca.gov/
Gaming Capitol Group
            http://www.gamingcapitalgroup.com/
The Morongo Band of Mission Indians
            http://www.morongonation.org/
Oklahoma Native Times
            http://www.nativetimes.com
No Off-Reservation Casino
http://nooffreservationcasino.com/
No Joshua Tree Casino
            http://www.facebook.com/pages/NO-Joshua-Tree-Casino

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About Bill Ford, Founder

Born in the late 30s - you do the math. Lots of life experiences in numerous endevors but not an expert in any that I know of. I'm a fan of challenging projects. When I'm told it can't be done I go ahead and do it anyway. This web site is one of 'em. How long will this web site last? Hard to say. Depends on how long I live. Film at Eleven. --bf
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4 Responses to CASINO PLANS: Joshua Tree MAC Meeting

  1. thomas says:

    Thanks for this info. Please correct the link to the No JT Casino facebook page

    http://www.facebook.com/NOJoshuaTreeCasino

    • Asking “me” to correct a “broken” or errant link on someone else’s web site (Face book in this request) cannot be accomplished since I do not own FaceBook.

      BF

      • aher says:

        Its not a broken link, the link is typed incorrectly on your webpage. It needs to be fixed under the section “Casino research”.

        • Greetings and thanks for your comment. While I am eager to make corrections when adequately described, I am unable to make any correction regarding your “discovery” in this article. First, the “casino research” links were provided by a visitor/contributor and sent to me … I merely copied the contributor’s data. At this writing, I have no clue which of the numerous “links” provided in the article is in error.

          If you wish me to make the correction, I can, if you will send me an email with the correct URL. Send the email to billford@isp.com.

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