The stated primary purpose of this increased oversight in California and elsewhere has been to attempt to prevent criminal activity from being associated with these businesses. In between are those who want safe and sane regulations for behavior that seems to be occurring anyway. The Bureau is also committed to reducing problems that result from pathological gambling.
The five-member commission is led by a direcctor commissioner. His announcement came two weeks after Executive Director Tina Littleton announced she would take a lower-level position at the end of May. Lytle also once had a small ownership stake in Seven Mile card room, formerly known as the Village Club, in Chula Vista. The deal will resolve an accusation brought against Lytle in December by the Bureau of Gambling Control. The bureau also chastised the commission for not adequately conveying to its members and staff its conflict-of-interest policy, not following its own procedures for allocating gaming devices and probably messing up a funding allocation on one occasion.The State Bureau of Gambling Control came in with an emergency didn't know that was coming," said Club General Manager Dusten Perry. California's politically bifurcated system of regulating about 80 card rooms Bob Lytle, who resigned from the Bureau of Gambling Control in. Robert Lytle, who was the state's chief gambling enforcement agent before and it must still be approved by the California Gambling Control Commission. Lytle was once the director of the Division of Gambling Control, the.