Redding Rancheria has gained support from a state tribal organization for their campaign to relocate Win-River Casino. The Chairman of the California Tribal Chairperson’s Association has put his backing behind the plan to place 232 acres of land into trust between Interstate 5 and the Sacramento River just south of South Bonneyview Road. The tribe wants to build a much larger casino, hotel and entertainment complex. In October the Department of the Interior, which is the agency that could facilitate the move, renewed its consideration of the draft environmental impact statement. The Bureau of Indian Affairs, under the Interior Department, would hold the land in trust for the tribe. Both the Redding City Council and the Shasta County Board of Supervisors have stated their opposition to the project. Redding Rancheria Tribal Chair Jack Potter will be a guest on KQMS next Wednesday morning.