The long and tedious saga between the Seneca Nation of Indians and New York state has potentially ended. Last week, a three-person arbitration panel for the second time ordered the Seneca’s to pay $255 million in lapsed casino revenue-sharing payments. According to …
Seneca Nations of Indians must continue revenue-sharing payments to NY after an arbitration ruling. How the $220 million will be paid is to be determined.
Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration has reached out to each mayor of the three upstate cities affected by the loss of tribal gaming funds.
One council member in Niagara Falls believes Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s offer to help the city close a multi-million-dollar budget gap is nothing more than smoke and mirrors. “I’m glad he is giving us this money but it’s stickily an …
With zero dollars coming in from Seneca casinos, Niagara Falls could be broke by December, but Gov. Andrew Cuomo says no state relief is coming.
Now that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo filed binding arbitration against Seneca Nation regarding casino payments, it might take years before a resolution.
After months with no discussions, Gov. Andrew Cuomo threatened to violate Seneca Nation’s casino exclusitivity in NY with a new casino if they don’t pay up.
It has been almost five months since Seneca Nation ceased casino payments to New York. Gov. Andrew Cuomo and tribal reps still have not met to talk.
After several months at a stalemate, things are getting serious between New York state and Seneca Nation, as the tribe missed its first casino payment.
After abruptly stopping payment to the state on its New York casinos, the Seneca Nation is on the verge of meeting with Gov. Andrew Cuomo to negotiate.