Penn National Gaming Management Contract

Penn National Gaming stated they wanted to work with the community? They submitted the application for their gaming contract in April 2013 with “NO PUBLIC INPUT”.

More information at


It is now in front of the Sacramento BIA office for consideration.

“Written comments on the scope and implementation of this proposal and/or alternatives must arrive by Monday, July 8, 2013.


No public scoping meeting will be held for the proposal given the long history of the project and the extensive public input received to-date.”


Guess Penn National Gaming didn’t want anymore PUBLIC INPUT.

They don’t know who they are dealing with!!!



You may mail, email, hand carry or fax written comments to:

Mr. John Rydzik

Chief, Division of Environmental Cultural Resources

Management & Safety

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Pacific Region

2800 Cottage Way

Sacramento, CA 95825

Fax  916-978-6055



JAC has been advised by NIGC that you would need to make a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to NIGC for the proposed management contract.


Please send your request to:

Andrea Choate, NIGC

1441  L Street NW, Suite 9100

Washington, D.C. 20005

phone (202) 632-7003

fax (202) 632-7066

BIA FOIA request information



Caltrans sending out to bid for resurfacing of Highway 94 from 54/94 junction to Marron Valley Road. See for more information.


Crime Data

The JAC website has new data.

Crime Stats:

Jamul Indian Village

Sycuan Indian Casino

Viejas Indian Casino

Barona Indian Casino


Contact your Government Officials has been updated on the website. JAC will soon have letters available for you to print and send. Please don’t hesitate to write your own. Please copy on all letters sent. Thank you.


If you haven’t viewed in awhile, please visit the Photos and Videos page on the website. We will stand and fight for our community and friends.


The Jamul community have stopped this

project for over 15 years. We ousted the last two “financial backers”, we will do it again!



No Casino!   Not Now!   Not Ever!


The fight is not over!

A question that was asked at the community meeting: Where does our donation go?


JAC retained Stephen Voelker in 2008 to help us sue Caltrans to make sure they follow the law. In doing so, JAC has a very large bill to pay for his services. Please send any other questions you may have to Thank you.


We will soon have a Paypal link for those that would like to send money via a credit card.


Your help is desperately needed to help pay our legal fees. Please send your donations for the JAC legal fund.



PO Box 1317

Jamul CA 91935


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