Monticello, NY – Rotate Black Inc., a premier development and management company of global resort and casino properties, announced that the Seneca Nation of Indians are planning to sit down with local, state, and federal officials to reopen discussions about establishing a casino in Sullivan County.
The Seneca Nation responded to letters written by County Legislature Chairman Jonathan Rouis and Thompson Town Supervisor Anthony Cellini. Rouis said the county remains committed to supporting those tribes with which they have agreements to move the process forward.
Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther and Senator John Bonacic, along with all of the major labor unions throughout the Hudson Valley region, have reached out in support of the Seneca Nation and its development and gaming partner Rotate Black, Inc.
John Paulsen, Chairman and CEO of Rotate Black, Inc. said, “The efforts coming from elected officials and union leaders should bring approval to the Catskill Mountains project.”
Rotate Black, Inc. estimates that the Seneca Catskill Mountains Hotel and Casino will create over 5,000 jobs throughout the Hudson Valley, and generate approximately $160 million in fees to state and local governments.