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For the past several years the influx American Indian Cultural Center has sat unfinished with a torrent of controversy. On Tuesday, March 15th, the City of Oklahoma City and the state finally came to an agreement with each other settling on a framework for the completion of the museum. The Chickasaw Nation is a working partner in what is hoped to be an international attraction.The Oklahoma City Council will complete the construction of the center as well as assume the responsibility for maintaining the museum and management. The surrounding land will also be returned to the city. In the event that the city partners with the Chickasaw Nation, the state and city can terminate their agreement with each other.The museum will focus on the culture and history of Oklahoma's 39 federally recognized American Indian tribes. The architectural style of the museum is a distinctive earthen mound located at the southeast corner of I-35 and I-40, a place commonly referred to as "Crossroads of America". The cost of completing the museum is estimated to cost $65 million or more with the state's commitment to borrow $25 million to help complete construction. $31 million in private pledges have been donated and $9 million was previously promised by the city council.
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