Protect Point Molate from Developers, September 8 | News Break

U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers ruled the city will not have to pay damages and no casino will be built at Pointe Molate, according to the news release. But once the land at Point News for the Hospitality Executive: advertisement Public Weighs in on Point Molate $1.2 billion Casino Proposal in Richmond, California. By John Simerman, Contra Costa Times, Walnut Creek, Calif.McClatchy-Tribune Regional News Aug. 13, 2009--RICHMOND -- Praise for thousands of promised new jobs outpaced warnings of an economic and social drain Wednesday night as residents aired their views on Reading Time: 1 minute A judicial ruling has ended the proposal to build a gambling casino at Point Molate, in the city of Richmond. The ruling came after a settlement was reached between both the parties: the city government and the Native American tribe. According to the agreement, the casino will not be opened and […] Point Molate is the last unprotected headland along San Francisco Bay. For several years, this rare, wild shoreline was being considered as a site for a mega-casino. A hardworking coalition of local groups helped defeat that wrongheaded proposal. Now, a Southern California-based luxury housing developer is trying to make this beautiful site available only to the rich. A lawsuit was filed in 2011 by Upstream Point Molate, LLC and the Guidiville Rancheria, a Pomo tribe based in Mendocino County, after Richmond voters rejected a proposed casino at Point Molate. A A lawsuit was filed in 2011 by Upstream Point Molate, LLC and the Guidiville Rancheria, a Pomo tribe based in Mendocino County, after Richmond voters rejected a proposed casino at Point Molate. A

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