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April 05, 2017

On Tuesday an announcement was made that plans have been made to expand the Cache Creek Casino. The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation owns the casino.

Yolo County will receive over 22 years $161 million. The money will help fund public services, infrastructure, and police. The payments will be made instead of the casino being taxed.

Within 90 days of the start of construction, $1.5 million to Yolo County. An annual payment will be made to the general fund of $6.16 million. Community projects on Capoay Valley will also receive $300,000 a year. $5 million will be spent to hire additional emergency support and improve Highway 16.

The proposed project would expand the hotel at a cost of $200 million. It will add 459 guest rooms, more space for meetings, restaurant, and a pool. Construction could begin soon. When completed the hotel will offer a total of 659 guest rooms.

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