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At issue is Michigan’s launch of Internet lottery sales a year ago.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. is planning staff cuts after the tribal owners of Gun Lake Casino stopped paying the state a portion of its slot machine gambling profits, as was stipulated in the compact made with the state. Read More
LANSING — Michigan's economic development agency is planning staff cuts partly because a tribal casino stopped paying a portion of its gambling profits. Read More
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) The tribe that owns Gun Lake Casino in Wayland Township has announced its latest six-month revenue sharing payment to the state and local community, amounting to $8,702,489 — putting the total paid since it opened in early 2011 at more $60 million. Read More
Congress has passed and President Obama has signed legislation that requires the “prompt dismissal” of a lawsuit filed against the federal government in 2008 by David Patchak, which has been threatening the continuing operation of the Gun Lake Casino. Read More
The last payment six months ago totaled slightly more than $8.7 million.
The tribe that owns the Gun Lake Casino in Wayland Township has announced its latest six-month revenue-sharing payment covering October through March, which yielded $6,316,920 to the state government of Michigan and $1,597,230 to the local governments’ revenue-sharing board. Read More
Meanwhile, the Wayland Township casino plans to reveal an expansion.
The 1,578 slot machines at the Gun Lake Casino south of Grand Rapids just generated a fall revenue-sharing payment to the state and local governments of more than $8.79 million, according to the Gun Lake Band of Pottawatomi Indians. Read More
The Gun Lake Tribe has announced that its spring revenue-sharing payments to the state and local governments from its casino revenues in Wayland Township will exceed $8.4 million and now total more than $34 million since the Gun Lake Casino opened in February 2011. Read More
The Gun Lake Tribe makes fourth payment to state and local governments.
The Gun Lake Tribe in Wayland Township announced its fourth revenue-sharing payments to the state and local governments today, with the State of Michigan getting $7,002,443 while the local revenue-sharing board received $1,679,512. Read More