Friday, March 7, 2014

California Counties FAIL to Document $1.7 MILLION in Indian Gaming Money.

Is it fraud?  Is it theft?  Or is it "only 5%"?

The LA TIMES is reporting:

Counties in California have failed to properly document how $1.7 million in Indian gaming money was distributed, according to an audit released Thursday by the California state auditor’s office.

State lawmakers earmarked $39 million for the Indian gaming special distribution fund between the fiscal years 2010 and 2013, money which was then distributed to local governments to offset the impact of casinos in the area. The money often funds public safety, public health and roads projects.

In all, the audit reviewed 12 grants of casino funds in San Diego, Riverside, Butte and Lake counties.
In seven of them, the audit found, the grants were improperly documented by the benefits committee in each county — a group typically consisting of county, city and tribal representatives charged with distributing the funds.,0,5891350.story#ixzz2vKZEtsCW


Anonymous said...

Governor Brown probably pocketed it.

O Pechanga said...

It's the COUNTIES that didn't properly document it.