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Calendar of Events:
  • January 27:
    Aquinas High School’s Open House from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
  • February 8:
    Rat Pack Revisited Valentine’s Dinner Show from 4-6 p.m. at the Highland Senior Center
  • February 13:
    Mardi Gras Party from 1-2:30 p.m. at the Highland Senior Center
Public Information Meeting

To learn more about the San Manuel Hotel & Casino Expansion Project, we invite you to join us for a public information meeting. You will have the opportunity to formally submit comments in writing at this meeting.

Where: San Manuel Village Events Center
27923 Highland Ave, Highland, CA 92346
January 25, 2018 from 5:30-8p.m.

San Manuel Hotel & Casino Expansion Project:
Draft Tribal Enviromental Impact Report (TEIR)

On January 10, the San Manuel Hotel & Casino Expansion Project moved into its next phase with the release of its Draft Tribal Environmental Impact Report (TEIR). The Draft TEIR provides a complete project description and includes findings from a variety of environmental studies, comments from stakeholders and responses to those comments

Independent experts studied potential off-reservation environmental impacts such as traffic, air, noise, and light. The Draft TEIR found that, with the implementation of traffic mitigation at the intersection of Arden Avenue and Highland Avenue, the project

will not have any significant impacts to the surrounding communities.

During this phase of the environmental review process, neighbors will have the opportunity to submit a public comment that will be considered for the TEIR. The final day to offer public comments will be February 26, 2018. If you would like to review the full Draft TEIR, please visit www.SanManuelTEIR.com. Comments can be submitted to:

Jennifer Wade at jwade@esassoc.com or at the following address:
Environmental Science Associates
2600 Capitol Ave, Suite 200 Sacramento, CA 95816


A Season of Hope & Healing

As we begin the New Year, we reflect on the hardships that were felt throughout the country in 2017. Incidents such as the Las Vegas shooting and California wildfires were felt close to home while hurricanes devastated communities in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico. In each case, first responders were the on-site heroes helping victims and rebuilding communities.
To honor these brave men and women, and support all those affected, we dedicated the holidays as the Season of Hope & Healing. We ask that you keep those who have been hurt by tragedies and natural disasters in your hearts.

While the holiday season has passed, the Season of Hope & Healing continues. You can become a part of the healing effort by supporting our non-profit relief partners.
• American Red Cross
• Team Rubicon
• National Compassion Fund (supporting Las Vegas)
• International Medical Corps

Contributions to these organizations can be made at www.sanmanuel-nsn.gov.

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San Manuel

At San Manuel, serving our community goes beyond charitable giving. We are proud to be one of the larger employers in San Bernardino County, which gives us the privilege to offer exceptional career opportunities for our neighbors.

We have positions for both entry-level and experienced applicants seeking full-time or part-time employment. As we expand our facility, we are able to offer a variety of experiences from guest services, dining, hospitality, gaming, retail, operations, management and more!

If you or someone you know is looking to for a job, have them apply to join our team here:


TEIR Terms

• Draft TEIR: A draft of the Tribal Environmental Impact Report
• NOP: Notice of Preparation of a Draft TEIR
• NOC: Notice of Completion of the Draft TEIR


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