Apr 21, 2014 5:50 PM
The governing body of Rolling Hills Casino in Corning is going through some tribal changes. Some members are being disenrolled, while others are stepping down.
Some council members of the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians recently decided to leave their council seats.
Meanwhile, the Tribal Chairman, Andy Freeman, has retained his position.
A representative with Rolling Hills tells Action News Now that operations at the casino will continue to stay the same.
Tomorrow on Action News Now, we'll look into the reasons behind this tribal transition.
Rolling Hills, opened in 2002, employs an average of 500 North State residents.
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