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The city's only public pool, at Lee Ware Recreation Center, is closed during the coronavirus outbreak, but when the health precautions abate, the pool might remain closed if the city cannot pay lifeguards and swim teachers. The immediate worry for Hawaiian Gardens is the loss of revenue while the casino is closed. That's on hold for now, along with other non-essential services. Most families speak Spanish at home, and nearly one-quarter of the population is poor. But the California Gambling Control Commission places cardrooms such as the Gardens in Phase 3, when higher-risk businesses may reopen with distancing measures. Inside are , square feet of space with gaming tables, the second largest card room in California. They are possible only because of the revenue that comes from the casino. Hawaiian Gardens is home to nearly 15, people, so it's one of the more densely-populated cities in the area. The city of Hawaiian Gardens, incorporated in , is named for a Prohibition-era thatched roof fruit stand where, local legend has it, you could get some illegal moonshine in your soda if you knew how to ask for it. The city's fortunes rise and fall on the casino's daily take. But, stuck in Phase 3, they have no projected date to reopen. To make sure you get our coverage: Sign up for our daily coronavirus newsletter. But a longer-term worry is whether its customers will be fickle and move their gambling habits to tribal casinos that are opening up β€” and whether they will ever return. Hernandez said, together, the card club cities have laid off about 7, workers, adding to the region's sudden unemployment problem. For years, the city budget was bolstered by fees from a big bingo hall, but by the mids the city was in dire financial straits. One program encourages homeowners to remove security bars from their windows. Free public events, like a popular car show, Independence Day celebration, Halloween and Christmas tree lighting gatherings will also likely be canceled, Hernandez said. Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. And most cities can't afford to do that. But over the years, as the housing stock aged and large nearby employers such as the Long Beach Naval Shipyard and big factories closed, the population got poorer and crime rose. We have most of everything, our service, especially to the seniors, at zero costs. Under the massive shaded portico out front, there are lanes for valet parking β€” a stretch limo is at the curb for the high rollers. The city and casino are pushing state and local health authorities to permit the cardroom to operate in Phase 2, which is when lower-risk businesses can open with physical distancing precautions. While police, fire and road repair services are safe for now, with the casino money slashed, many other free services Hawaiian Gardens provides to its residents to improve quality of life and reduce crime could be cut. For now, city manager Hernandez has no easy answer to the casino's continued closure. Occupying less than one square mile of land just east of the Freeway at Carson Street, Hawaiian Gardens is the smallest city in Los Angeles County. Nearly 70 percent of its tax revenue comes from one business: The Gardens Casino. But it's quiet and empty now. So voters approved a proposal for the operator of the bingo game to create a card club. The first thing you see as you drive up to the casino is the fake volcano. Or at least, there used to be.

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More than 2, cars can park in the lot. The double doors don't even have locks on them, so are held closed with chains and padlocks. But as the casino grew, so did its share of the tax base. The city developed as a bedroom community, nearly all single-family homes. Card rooms like The Gardens are likely to also adopt similar safety measures, said Sanchez, the casino security chief. Tribal casinos have more flexibility under their sovereign nation status to set their own rules. And now it's too big to fail. The city offers free bar removal, new windows or home security cameras. So it has a volcano and has music and smoke and fake lava that lights up," Hernandez said as he led a tour of the exterior. To support our nonprofit public service journalism: Donate now. No slot machines or video poker like in Las Vegas or tribal casinos, just card players sitting elbow-to-elbow, face-to-face. They have installed physical distancing measures, such as separating players and gambling machines with plexiglas dividers. The card club operated out of a big tent back when it started in The casino is controversial β€” partly because the money doesn't all stay local, some goes to a political cause in Israel.