The hard rock casino and cafe projects which are near Bakersfield moved some steps closer for becoming a reality after the approval from the central government. The Tejon Indian tribe can operate the casino venue as the proposal is convincing enough. The chairman of Tejon tribe Mr Octavio Escobedo said that the starting of this relationship with the government of the United States was historic. The tribe fought for their homeland and other necessities. The dream finally came true. The recent decision can be able to help for economic development throughout the region.
The government focus on long term success
After completing the rules and regulations, the assistant secretary of the tribe found some effective decisions. They proposed for the site of Bakersfield casino, and it is so suitable for completing further steps. The Bureau of Indian relationship declared that the casinos from the Bakersfield are allowing the tribes to be self-sufficient. They can easily maintain stable sources for a better income from the projects of the government.
The environmental reviewing process began in 2016. With the central government determination, the decisions are happening within a very short time in that state of U.S. If the authority agrees with the rules, then the tribe can be successful in the casino business.
A huge project for the casino business
The main casino project for Tejon Indian tribe is about 14 miles far away from the Bakersfield. The tribe is eager to build a 165,000 square foot venue for gaming. There will be a 10-storey luxury building also. This hotel will include 300 rooms and more than seven restaurants. There will be a live event center also along with convention space. Fire station, RV park and sheriff’s office all these things are also included in this casino project. This casino project has a tentative cost of $600 million. The people from that area can get some jobs as there are almost 3000 new employees will be added. They will get a full-time job in that casino. There are still some steps to be done more effective result in the Bakersfield region.