The proposed casino for Park City has had a setback.
The Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma would be the owners of the casino. However, the
U.S. Department of the Interior has rejected the tribe's plan of putting the
land into trust.
Ten years ago, the tribe applied to have the Park City land placed into trust.
The plan was for the land to be the future home of the tribe's new casino.
The chief of the Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma is Bill Friendly. He believes the
reason behind the rejection is based around politics. Also because of the
competition the new casino would bring to the current two state owned casinos.
An appeal on the decision is planned by the tribe.
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