A piece of construction equipment paid for with money from an Indian Gaming fund grant looks to smooth some Hopland Rancheria roads and other county byways. The Mendocino County Department of Transportation receives more than $60,000, the Sheriff's Office receives more than $60,000 and the witness protection program of the District Attorney's Office receives nearly $40,000 of gaming money, according to a statement from the County Executive Office.
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