TEJON INDIAN TRIBE TRUST ACQUISITION AND CASINO PROJECT

A new casino development south of Bakersfield, California, has received huge support during a public hearing held by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Wednesday. The Tejon Indian Tribe, in partnership with Hard Rock, is hoping to set roots through the $600 million project, as the 1,045-member tribe has no designated reservation.. Draft Environmental Impact Statement A casino project proposed by the Tejon Indian Tribe for a 306-acre area south of Bakersfield has taken an important step forward after years of work by U.S. Bureau of Tejon Indian Tribe would like to wish our 4 Miss Tejon candidates good luck. They will be performing their dance style demonstration later today before their General Council. Catarina Gonzalez, Gracie Hernandez, Nadia Hernandez and Krystal Sanchez (Krystal is the current reigning Miss Tejon who is competing to keep her reign). Each of the girls have gone through an interview and completed an The proposed action is the acquisition of approximately 306-acres of fee land in trust by the United States upon which the Tejon Indian Tribe would construct a gaming facility and associated facilities. The Proposed Project consists of the construction of an approximately 715,800-sf casino resort, an RV park, fire and sheriff stations, and associated facilities such as water treatment and Draft EIS for the Tejon Indian Tribe Trust Aquisition and Casino Project. The proposed action is the acquisition of approximately 306-acres of fee land in trust by the United States upon which the Tejon Indian Tribe would construct a gaming facility and associated facilities. The Proposed Project consists of the construction of an approximately 715,800-sf casino resort, an RV park, fire and Today, all members of the modern Tejon Indian Tribe easily trace our ancestry back to tribal members identified on the 1915 census by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the 1933 California Indian Roll. The Tejon Indian people are of the Kitanemuk nation, we lived at the most Southern tip of the San Joaquin Valley as well as the Tehachapi mountains. We share bloodlines with tribes of the region Tejon Indian Tribe, Kern County’s Only Federally Recognized Tribe, Announces Partnership with Hard Rock International. READ THE RELEASE. LEARN MORE AND SUPPORT THE PROJECT. As of January 2020, there are 1,045 members enrolled in the Tejon Tribe, a vast majority residing in Kern County, many life-long residents in the Bakersfield area. Our Tribe went underserved for decades, many of our TEJON INDIAN TRIBE TRUST ACQUISITION AND CASINO PROJECT VOLUME I -EIS JUNE 2020 LEAD AGENCY: U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs Pacific Region Office 2800 Cottage Way # W2820 Sacramento, CA 95825 Estimated Total Costs Associated with Developing and Producing this Draft EIS -$425,000 . DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT TEJON INDIAN TRIBE TRUST ACQUISITION AND CASINO A Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has been prepared to analyze the potential environmental consequences of the Tejon Indian Tribe’s (Tribe) application for a proposed 306-acre fee-to-trust transfer, and the subsequent development of a casino resort and associated support facilities in an incorporated portion of Kern County, California approximately immediately west of the town of Our Tejon Indian Tribe has fought for recognition and the right to remain on our lands throughout history. We are still, to this day, a Tribe without a designated land base or reservation. Our ancestral lands became home to an Indian military base, where tribes from throughout the region were sent. As a result, we share ancestry with other neighboring tribes, our Kitanemuk lineage being that

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