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Cache Creek to begin environmental analysis for event center

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BROOKS, Calif. – The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation recently announced its intention to move forward with an environmental analysis for a proposed event center at the Cache Creek Casino Resort, and has issued an official Notice of Preparation with the state of California.

The NOP gives notice to the public and to state and local governmental agencies that the tribe has authorized the analysis of environmental impacts the event center project may have on the tribe’s trust land.

The ECP will enhance the Cache Creek guest experience by offering patrons a wider variety of entertainment, additional meeting space and more dining options. The project includes an event center, additional meeting space, additional gaming floor area, additional restaurant space, a parking structure and related administrative space.

Cache Creek Casino Resort is owned and operated by the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation, located in Brooks, Calif. CCCR currently features approximately 2,400 slot machines and 122 table games, including a 14-table Poker Room, and operates a 200-room luxury hotel and health spa, championship golf course and clubhouse, nine restaurants and the Club 88 entertainment venue.

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