About 200 people attended a community meeting Friday night in Galt to discuss a proposal by the Wilton Rancheria tribe to build a casino and hotel just north of the city along Highway 99. The tribe is also considering an alternative site in Elk Grove.
About 200 people attended a community meeting Friday night in Galt to discuss a proposal by the Wilton Rancheria tribe to build a casino and hotel just north of the city along Highway 99. The tribe is also considering an alternative site in Elk Grove. Hudson Sangree hsangree@sacbee.com
About 200 people attended a community meeting Friday night in Galt to discuss a proposal by the Wilton Rancheria tribe to build a casino and hotel just north of the city along Highway 99. The tribe is also considering an alternative site in Elk Grove. Hudson Sangree hsangree@sacbee.com

Possible Indian casino-hotel sites discussed at Galt meeting

January 29, 2016 08:24 PM

UPDATED January 31, 2016 09:44 AM

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