TINIAN CASINO REVENUES, $4.9 MILLION, MOSTLY SPENT - January 2,  2007

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TINIAN CASINO REVENUES, $4.9 MILLION, MOSTLY SPENT

SAIPAN, CNMI (Marianas Variety, Jan. 2) – The Tinian municipal government received a total of $4.9 million in casino revenues in fiscal year 2006, from Oct. 2005 to Sept. 2006.

Documents obtained by the Variety show that of this figure, $4.5 million has already been spent.

Total personnel expenditures amounted to $3.3 million.

The Tinian mayor’s office paid $871,413 for its workforce; the municipal treasury, $298,731; the Tinian Youth Center, $267,538; and the Tinian Casino Gaming Control Commission spent $1.8 million for administration and operations.

In the "all others" category: the mayor’s office spent $259,500; the municipal treasury, $31,500; TGCC, $274,600; the youth center, $14,350; and the mayor’s public programs, $1.3 million.

The $4.9 million casino revenues included the $50,000 casino application fees; $540,305 in license fees; $14,650 in casino employee fees; $500 in casino service industry fees; and $32,750 in device fees.

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