This week there is a meeting planned between local officials and the Coquille
tribe. The meeting is to discuss the tribe's proposed casino project in Medford.
The Coquille plan to use a Medford bowling alley that was purchased as the
building location. The Secretary of Interior has also been notified that the
tribe would like to place the land into trust. If the casino project is
approved, they will operate 600 gaming machines.
It was agreed upon by the governor and by the state's tribes that they would
each operate one casino on their reservations. Casinos would not be approved if
built off of tribal land.
If the Coquille receive their approval, this will be the second casino for the
tribe. Currently the tribe operates the Mill Casino.
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