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Seneca-Cayuga Tribe reportedly withdraws casino application

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The Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma has reportedly withdrawn a land-into-trust application for a new casino.

The tribe acquired a 33-acre site in 2007 and announced plans for a $60 million gaming facility. But the Bureau of Indian Affairs returned the application as incomplete earlier this year, The Grove Sun reported.

The tribe operates the Grand Lake Casino.

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No casino in Grove (The Grove Sun 11/16)

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