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  The tribe and the Massachusetts Governor reach a deal for the casino

Boston – A tentative casino compact with the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe was announced on Wednesday by the Gov. Devel Patrick’s administration that is mandatory for the tribe for development of a resort casino in Taunton.  The proposed casino costing approx $500 million would come up on 150,000 sq ft. on 146 acres of land at an industrial park, situated at the junction of Routes 24 and 140. The state would receive 21.5% of the casino’s revenues as per the agreement that authorizes the Massachusetts authorities the control over any probable crimes or violations at the casino. The Mashpee Wampanoag tribal council has also given its consent in favor of the compact that awaits clearance from the State Legislature before July 31, the deadline under the new casino law of the state. Patrick expressed that the compact deal is in the interest of all concerned and appreciated the tribe for its co-operative negotiations. He added that interests of the Commonwealth and the innate rights of the tribe have since been balanced with the compact. If approved, the tribe would enjoy its own control on the casino in partnership with the state. A Tribal Gaming Commission, subject to review by the five-member Massachusetts Gaming Commission under the gambling law of the state would monitor the activities of the casino. Cedric Cromwell, the tribe representative also opined in favor of the compact and termed it as a favorable step for the Cape Cod-based tribe. He added that the proposed casino would prove a boon for the tribe to become self-dependent in terms of economy and major needs. It was agreed by the tribe that smoking will be banned in the casino. An agreement for approx $33 million upfront payments and $13 million annual payments to the city after casino’s start has also been reached. If finally approved, the compact would become effective for fifteen years. Voters of Taunton have also favored the proposal in a nonbinding referendum, held on ninth of June. Head of the anti-casino group, Preserve Taunton’s Future; Tony LaCourse commented that the tribe still faces a great fight and he didn’t express any surprise over the compact. He added that the matter has still not been finalized as they are required to get the land intro trust which is the major issue.


   2012-07-21






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