Madison County http://wamc.org en Gov. Cuomo Touts Agreement With Oneidas http://wamc.org/post/gov-cuomo-touts-agreement-oneidas <p>The Oneida Indians have made their first payment of $11 million under a deal with New York state that guarantees the tribe exclusive territory for their central New York casino. A federal judge last week approved the deal reached with the Cuomo administration last May. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said today the payment was made to Madison County and more money is forthcoming. Tue, 11 Mar 2014 18:24:29 +0000 Jessica Marshall 85590 at http://wamc.org Gov. Cuomo Touts Agreement With Oneidas County Lawmakers OK Oneida Indian Deal http://wamc.org/post/county-lawmakers-ok-oneida-indian-deal <p></p><p></p><p>New York Legislators in Oneida County have approved a state-brokered agreement with the Oneida Indians involving land claims and gambling rights.</p><p>Members of the Oneida County Board of Legislators on Tuesday voted 16 to 13 to approve the broad agreement with the Oneida Indian Nation announced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo this month.</p> Wed, 29 May 2013 10:05:10 +0000 Jaired Crofut 65794 at http://wamc.org County Lawmakers OK Oneida Indian Deal State And Oneidas End Long-Standing Dispute http://wamc.org/post/state-and-oneidas-end-long-standing-dispute-0 <p>ALBANY – New York State, Oneida Nation of Indians, Oneida and Madison counties have signed an agreement settling several long-standing disputes.&nbsp; The agreement would grant the Oneida Nation exclusive rights to casino gaming in Central New York in exchange for sharing a portion of gaming revenues with the state and local governments.</p><p>Under New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s plan for legalized gaming, three casinos would initially be approved, which was going to be carved into six regions.</p> Fri, 17 May 2013 11:53:57 +0000 Hank Gross 64910 at http://wamc.org State And Oneidas End Long-Standing Dispute Eric Faisst - Director of Public Health, Madison County, NY http://wamc.org/post/eric-faisst-director-public-health-madison-county-ny <p>Police in Utica spent the Fourth of July responding to two calls of people under the influence of bath salts, a drug that has become a growing problem across the country, but especially in parts of central New York where at least seven cases, including one fatality, have been reported since June. Madison County lawmakers have called on state officials to take immediate action, and there is discussion of a local law to make bath salts illegal. Madison County health director Eric Faisst says local law enforcement and health officials recently met to discuss bath salts. Thu, 05 Jul 2012 16:20:00 +0000 Brian Shields 42494 at http://wamc.org