The local chances casino could be behind picket lines soon as unionized workers have filed their 72 hour strike notice.
The Unites Steelworkers Union has been negotiating with Playtime Gaming for months and could not find common ground on wages and term of a collective agreement.
Rick Wrangler first vice president of the local united Steelworkers Union, on that strike notice.
Meanwhile a statement from Playtime Gaming says they have been negotiating in good faith, and their final offer was a 17.5% wage increase over current costs, over a four year period.
It also states any job action will negatively affect their guests, the livelihoods of non-union employees, and other stakeholders.