Editorial: County should work with Chumash on vision for the Santa Ynez Valley
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians is asking the federal government to annex the so-called Camp Four property in the Santa Ynez Valley into its reservation, a move that would remove it from Santa Barbara County’s property tax rolls and from its onerous development process. The Chumash bought the 1,390-acre property in 2010 for Read More →
Chumash add $13M hotel to holdings
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Ruling on Chumash property key to Santa Ynez Valley future
The fate of a 6.9-acre plot near the Chumash Casino could determine the future shape of the Santa Ynez Valley, one of the top tourist destinations in the Tri-Counties. The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians is working to annex the parcel to build a cultural center, museum and 27,600-square-foot, two-story commercial building. Whether the Read More →