A consultant for Downstream Casino Resort wants the Cherokee County commissioners to drop their lawsuit against the U.S. Department of the Interior. Alan Mauk, a governmental-affairs consultant for the casino, said Monday after meeting with the commissioners that if the lawsuit goes forward, it will cost not only the casino but also Cherokee County taxpayers.
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