The property will not be used for gaming and the Tribe does not anticipate any significant development on the property.
The subject property, also known as the "Centex" property, consists of 6.97 acres, and is contiguous to the Pechanga Indian Reservation. The Tribe purchased this property to provide a natural land buffer against the encroaching high-density housing development from the adjacent City of Temecula.
Other ActionOther Action: Non-gaming Land Acquisition
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