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The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians TOP 10 FREQUENTLY ASKED CAMP 4 QUESTIONS January 21, 2013
1. Why doesnt the tribe just go through the regular process of building on land through the county rather than placing land into federal trust?
2. How do we know that the tribe isnt going to pull a bait and switch and build a casino?
3. Isnt the tribe too wealthy to qualify for federal trust land?
4. Why cant tribal members just go out and buy houses on non-tribal land?
5. Wont the County of Santa Barbara lose millions of dollars in tax revenue if Camp 4 is placed into federal trust?
6. Is the tribe just trying to circumvent the rules by placing its land into federal trust?
7. What is the anticipated economic impact of Camp 4?
8. Why do tribes get special treatment?
9. What is the process of placing land into trust and how long will it take?
10. Does the community have a say in Camp 4 land?
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