Why Contra Costa County’s most Latino city has its highest

Casino Workers Speak Out at San Pablo City Council. Monday, October 1st, 6PM. 13831 San Pablo Avenue • San Pablo, CA 94806 On August 29, 2012, the General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) issued a Complaint charging that Casino San Pablo has engaged in numerous unfair labor practices under Federal law. SAN PABLO, CA - SEPTEMBER 2: People come in and out of the San Pablo Casino at dusk in San Pablo, Calif., on Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020. (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group) (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group) Casino San Pablo might be drawing all aces these days, but luck may have run out for its workers. Cocktail waitresses, bartenders, floor walkers and other union members are locked in a contract stalemate with the tribe that owns the booming East Bay gambling hub. At issue: the 350-member tribe earned over $100 million last year on gaming revenues, yet is refusing raises to its employees, whose Arner said the documents didn’t consider the impacts on San Pablo, which receives the largest share of its municipal revenues from the Lytton San Pablo Casino, which relies on fast-paced electronic bingo machines for most of its income. San Pablo officials fear the full-scope Las Vegas-style slot machines and games at the Richmond resort will lure many players away from the Lytton band’s In 2014, the casino reported $19.4 million in contributions to the city of San Pablo, 7 percent of its total revenues, according to the agreement between the Lytton Band of Indians and the city The casino helped avert a city shutdown in 1996 when it provided $3.9 million in revenue -- half of San Pablo's $7.8 million budget that year, money that helped the city reopen its recreation

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