Gun Lake casino delayed again by court
August 20, 2008
WAYLAND TOWNSHIP, MI - The Gun Lake tribe’s plan to build a $200 million casino
in Wayland Township, Allegan County, hit another delay Friday when the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals issued a stay pending a potential review by the U.S.
A group called Michigan Gambling Opposition has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to
hear their case to stop construction of the casino. Earlier this year the
appeals court agreed with the tribe and upheld a decision by the U.S. Interior
Department to take 147 acres of land near Grand Rapids into federal trust where
the tribe will build their casino.
The stay means the appeals court will not send its decision back to the district
court, thereby delaying the Interior Department from completing the land
transfer into federal trust.
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