Ojibwa Casinos Release 2016 Gaming Distribution Info
December 13, 2016
Twice yearly payments have been made by the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community to
Michigan and local government for over 20 years. 8 percent would be paid to the
state. 2 percent would be paid to the local government.
The payments were part of an agreement that the tribe would make from their
casino's Class III slot machine profits.
May and November is when the local government is given their payments.
$134,608 was paid from the Ojibwa Casino Resort-Baraga to Baraga Count from
April 1 to September 30.
$172,572.67 was also paid during the same time by Ojibwa Casino-Marquette to
The Ojibwa Casino Resort-Baraga paid $538,434.44 to Michigan Economic
Development Corporation. Ojibwa Casino-Marquette paid $690,290.68.
May 2017 will be the due date for the next payments.
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