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Front entrance to the San Pablo Lytton Casino in San Pablo, California

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Casino San Pablo is a Native American reservation with a gambling hall located in San Pablo, California.[1] It is operated by the Lytton Band of Pomo Indians. It is adjacent to the site of the now demolished Doctors Medical Center. The former medical center was sold to the tribe in 2017.[2]

History[edit]

The site, formerly a trailer park and supermarket, was converted into parking and a card club in 1994. Later in 2002, restricted gambling was permitted. The casino shares its revenues with the city of San Pablo (7%) where it forms the city's economic backbone.[1]

In 2005 the casino was expanded into a 'full-fledged' casino with slot machines and video bingo.[3] However, by 2016 the workers who were making an average of $12 an hour were complaining that it was too low with the salaries at nearby Oaks Card Club being $14 and Graton Casino also hovering around $14 and thus asked for a 12% wage hike. In 2014 the casino was making an estimated $277 million annually.[4] Nevertheless the tribe of 350 people was reported to be paying its unionized employees $9.50 an hour on average just 5 years earlier.[5]

Loni Hancock opposed adding the video bingo machines because she said that they look and feel like real slot machines and that technology has brought in a loophole and it would bring more traffic and crime to the area.[6]

In 2018 a man that had arranged for a sexual encounter at the casino was attacked and had his car stolen by a man and woman in the parking lot of the gaming hall.[7] Furthermore in 2018 the tribe donated $1 million to a fund to support the victims of the Camp Fire.[8][9]

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In 2019 patrons of the casino were followed home and robbed at gunpoint across the bay in South San Francisco.[10][11][12] Also in 2019 the casino bought the former hospital site for $13.5 million and razed it to expand parking by 1,000 spaces. It was believed this would alleviate parking in the surrounding neighborhoods and be of economic benefit to the city of San Pablo, which receives over 50% of its funding from casino revenues.[13]

In 2019, with the help of congressman Jared Huffman, the tribe was seeking to establish a non-gambling homeland adjacent to Windsor in Sonoma County. The plans are to build housing, a resort hotel, and a winery on a 500-acre site.[14] It is known as the Lytton Rancheria Homelands Act.[15]

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Also in 2019 a Daly City woman won nearly $781,000 in a jackpot from a slot machine here.[16]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ abRichmond rejects tribe's plans for casino resort. Carolyn Jones. San Francisco Chronicle. 07-04-2011. Retrieved 07-04-2011.
  2. ^Sales of bankrupt hospital to owner of San Pablo Casino pending, East Bay Times
  3. ^Health of economy, residents on rise in San Pablo, San Francisco Chronicle
  4. ^Workers at San Pablo Lytton Casino push for higher pay, better job protections, San Jose Mercury News
  5. ^San Pablo Casino workers irked over no raises, San Francisco Chronicle
  6. ^Video bingo machines are tribe's new gamble / Devices no different from slots, say critics of East Bay casino, San Francisco Chronicle
  7. ^Man Seeking Sex Carjacked; Vehicle Found At San Pablo Casino, Patch
  8. ^Lytton Rancheria to donate $1 million for victims of California wildfires, ABC10
  9. ^'Devastated' Lytton Tribe donates $1 million to victims of deadly CA wildfire, Indian Country Today
  10. ^Gunmen Rob Couple After San Pablo Casino Outing, Patch
  11. ^3 charged with robbing San Pablo casino winners, The Richmond Standard
  12. ^Three Vallejo men face prison for alleged South San Francisco robbery at gunpoint, The Daily Journal
  13. ^Doctors Medical Center is gone — what’s next for the site?, The Richmond Standard
  14. ^Huffman bill grants 500 acres of tribal lands to Lytton Rancheria, Petaluma Argus Courier
  15. ^Legislation creating Lytton tribal homeland near Windsor clears big hurdle, The Press Democrat
  16. ^Daly City woman hits $780,892 jackpot at San Pablo Lytton Casino, Richmond Standard

External links[edit]

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A Scotts Valley Band of Pomo Indians gathering in California. Photo by Scotts Valley TANF

The Scotts Valley Band of Pomo Indians is seeking federal approval for a $700 million casino in California. The tribe filed a land-into-trust application in August. Plans call for a 400,000 square-foot casino with a hotel at a site near the intersection of Interstate 80 and Highway 37 in Vallejo, KPIX 5 reported. “Our goal is to have a homeland for our tribe,” Vice Chair Crista Ray told the station. “Our tribe has been landless for 150 years, minimum.” The tribe previously sought a casino in Richmond but the Bureau of Indian Affairs rejected it in 2012. According to the agency, the tribe failed to demonstrate a connection to the site, which was about 103 miles from its headquarters. The tribe hopes to avoid the same fate this time around. The Vallejo site is about 85 miles from its headquarters. 'You have people telling you where you’re from, who you are. And being a tribal person in California, it’s been that way for a long time and a lot of our history they we’re taught here isn’t correct,' Ray told KPIX 5. The tribe was restored to federal recognition in 1991. Typically, that means the tribe can engage in gaming on newly acquired lands under an exception in Section 20 of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. The Section 20 regulations that were finalized by the Bush administration in 2008 require newly recognized tribes to demonstrate a modern connection, a historical connection as well as a temporal connection to a proposed gaming site. To qualify for the exception, a land-into-trust application must be submitted within 25 years of recognition. The Scotts Valley Band appears to be quickly running up against that deadline -- 2016 marks the 25th year since restoration. Read More on the Story:
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