Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States
(United States Department of the Interior, Indian Affairs)
Tule River Tribe Fee-to-Trust and Eagle Mountain Casino Relocation
NOI - Notice of Intent
Present Land Use
Note: Per Lead Agency BIA, Draft EIS/TEIR will be submitted jointly.
The proposed action is the acquisition of approximately 40 acres of fee land in trust by the US upon which the Tule River Tribe would construct a casino resort. The facility would include an approximately 105,000 sf casino, 250-room hotel, food and beverage facilities, administrative space, a multi-purpose events center, a conference center, and associated parking and infrastructure. The new facility would replace the Tribe's existing casino, and the existing casino buildings would be converted to tribal government or service uses. The proposed trust property includes 17 parcels, bound by West St on the west, an off-highway vehicle park owned by the city of Porterville to the north an east, and a photovoltaic power station to the south. The APN for the property are 302-400-001 through 302-400-017.
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