A rendering shows the Wilton Rancheria tribe’s proposed $400 million casino-hotel in Elk Grove.
A rendering shows the Wilton Rancheria tribe’s proposed $400 million casino-hotel in Elk Grove. Wilton Rancheria
A rendering shows the Wilton Rancheria tribe’s proposed $400 million casino-hotel in Elk Grove. Wilton Rancheria

Elk Grove council votes to repeal ordinance that set stage for Indian casino

February 08, 2017 09:09 PM

UPDATED February 09, 2017 06:09 PM

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