Glendale to Consider Proposed Agreement Between Casino and Tribe
August 06, 2014
The city of Glendale is looking to form an agreement between the Native American
tribe that plans to build their casino in the city. A meeting will take place on
Tuesday to vote on a proposed plan.
The Tohono O'odham have fought to build their casino there for since early 2009
before they won the right. Currently they operate other casino locations in the
state's southern area.
The tribe has proposed to pay Glendale an annually increasing amount of $1.4
million. The deal would continue until 2026. After that time, the amount will go
down to $900,000. Money for marketing will also be given to the city.
The Glendale City Council will meet at 6PM on Tuesday to vote on the proposal.
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