For the first time in over eight years, the Cayuga Indian Nation plans to run a gambling facility in Union Springs. The Cayugas say Lakeside Entertainment 1, which opened Wednesday, will be a Class 2 gaming facility, meaning it will offer things like bingo and pull tabs. The Cayugas say they've met all legal requirements to open the facility. The deal the state made with the Oneida Indians covers Class 3 facilities, which includes slot machines and table games. That agreement gives excluisve Cayuga County rights to Class 3 gaming to the Oneidas. The Cayugas have mounted a legal challenge to that agreement. The last time the Cayugas offered gambling in Union Springs, the village went to court and had the facility shut down.