Chairman Robert Smith Kicks Off Casino’s Expansion

Robert H. Smith serves as Chairman of the Pala Band of Mission Indians, a position he has held since 1990. Chairman Smith successfully negotiated the first Tribal-State compact in California with Governor Pete Wilson in 1996, and subsequently supervised the opening of Pala Casino, creating thousands of jobs for tribal members and area residents. Chairman Smith’s work for the Pala Tribe Robert Smith will never get the Boles property even if he tries to build a "sewer station" on there land. HA, HA. And as for Harvey being a direct threat, that's a joke. Harvey is a good guy and would help anyone in need. Robert Smith is afraid of Harvey to begin with. Harvey would put Smiths lights out with one punch. October 29, 2017 at 8:27 PM Bio. Robert H. Smith serves as Chairman of the Pala Band of Mission Indians, a position he has held since 1990. Chairman Smith successfully negotiated the first Tribal-State compact in California with Governor Pete Wilson in 1996, and subsequently supervised the opening of Pala Casino, creating thousands of jobs for tribal members and area residents. PALA WATCH: Who is Robert Smith, PALA's Current Chairman Is Bad to the bone Pala's porcine "leader", Robert Smith is profiled by our friends at PALA WATCH follow their blog for information on the corruption. He ranks behind the leadership of Chukchansi as one of the most corrupt. The government and fools have chosen to refer to Robert Smith as Honorable. They do so even with the knowledge of We posted earlier on the expectations of the wealthy tribal members being hurt by the loss of per capita due to Casino shutdowns... As explained from Pala people, that won't be an issue: The per cap we got paid for March wass from revenues earned in December. Remember that we are always three months behind on per cap. This was said at several meetings by both Robert Smith and Theresa Nieto Robert Smith and the EC seem to be focused on the wrong things in Pala. With as many security persons employed in Pala they can't catch the ones that are breaking into peoples houses. But when it comes to evicting Tribal members from their homes and not allowing them to visit family members on the Reservation their on it like flies on shit. Ein typisches Beispiel ist Robert Smith, der 43-jährige Stammesratsvorsitzende der Pala Band of Mission Indians, ein ehemaliger Straßenarbeiter, Feuerwehrmann und Ambulanzfahrer. Nur zehn Kilometer von Pechanga entfernt und nur durch einen Bergrücken voneinander getrennt, hat er sich mit Jerry Turk, einem früheren Casino-Manager aus Las Vegas zusammengetan, der das Geld für das 2003 But it was under the tenure of the current tribal chairman, Robert Smith, that the casino and its spoils came to Pala. And it is with Smith that Freeman maintains a caustic bloodline dispute Chairman Robert Smith Kicks Off Casino’s Expansion. October 19, 2017 Now THAT’S how we kick off an expansion! Watch as Pala Band of Mission Indians Chairman Robert Smith drives an excavator through a 15’x 17’ brick kiosk building during yesterday’s groundbreaking ceremony! #PalaCasino. View Robert Smith’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Robert has 2 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Robert’s

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