So far everything the Seneca Cayugas said they would do is done.
They said that they wanted to evicted the property owners. Has this happened?????
And they still want a casino even though it is not on indian land.
If everything the S-C said they'd do is done - then they must have already opened their casino in Sullivan Co. Don't you remember that? You know, when they settled their land claim? Sometimes ya just have to humor old LOL. Think he smokes too many Sky Dancers.
Remember when ? http://www.bizjournals.com/albany/stories/2004/11/15/daily34.html
Cayuga Indians settle New York land claim for casino rights
The Business Review (Albany) - November 18, 2004
New York state and the Cayuga Indian nation have settled a land claim that opens the way to establish a second casino in the Catskills.
Gov. George Pataki and Clint Halftown, a representative of the Cayuga nation, signed the agreement Thursday. The agreement requires the ratification of the U.S. Congress and the state Legislature.
The measure resolves land ownership disputes in the Finger Lakes region arising from Indian claims. Some stem from a 1789 treaty between the state and the Cayugas. The state will reimburse local governments for lost tax revenues resulting from Indian land ownership.
The Indian nation also agrees to negotiate a compact with the state for parity in the collection of sales taxes on cigarettes, gasoline, alcohol and other retail products.
The state will pay the Cayugas up to $150 million in 10 annual installments beginning in 2007.
The Indians will develop a gambling facility at Monticello Raceway in Sullivan County.
Earlier the state and the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma announced a separate land claim settlement in return for authority to develop a separate casino in the town of Thompson in Sullivan County.
It didn't take Spitzer long to prove himself to be another King George.
But it ain't over 'tll the fat lady sings.