Indian Leaders Want Narconon Chilocco Audit - 1993-03-25

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F231.png Indian Leaders Want Narconon Chilocco Audit March 25, 1993, Michael McNutt, News OK

NEWKIRK - Some Indian leaders are disappointed with the amount of revenue being generated by a drug and alcohol abuse treatment center that promised to pay five tribes millions of dollars over the next two decades.

As a result, the leaders of the Kaw and Pawnee tribes have asked the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs to audit the Narconon Chilocco New Life Center to determine whether the non-Indian facility is meeting payment terms of a 25-year lease.

In 1989, Narconon Chilocco leaders said it would pay the five tribes of the Chilocco Development Authority $16 million during the next 25 years in return for leasing the old Chilocco Indian school for a 75-bed drug and alcohol abuse treatment center.

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{{cite news | author = Michael McNutt | title = Indian Leaders Want Narconon Chilocco Audit | url = https://newsok.com/indian-leaders-want-narconon-chilocco-audit/article/2425329 | work = News OK | date = March 25, 1993 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}