Playing For Keeps
Seaside voters consider card room gambling.
Thursday, May 27, 1993
Seaside City Manager Charles McNeely looks at the 57,000 square-foot entertainment center that would be permitted with the passage of Measure D and sees at least $1 million in revenues for the city and 450 permanent jobs.
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