California is in the midst of a casino boom that has the potential to be one of the largest in U.S. history.
The state is the third largest in the country behind Nevada and New Jersey.
California has the largest casino gambling industry in the nation, and has an estimated $1 billion gambling industry.
The state is home to one of California’s largest casinos in the Monterey Peninsula, the Mirage, which opened in 2013.
Casino operators are hoping to build an even bigger casino in the city of Bell Gardens, and there are rumors that they have a site in Alameda County.
The casino industry is booming in California, with the state generating more than $1 million in gaming revenues per capita in 2014.
That is an increase of 8 percent from the previous year.
The Las Vegas Strip in Nevada has grown by more than 40 percent, according to data from Las Vegas Sands.
The Las Vegas Mirage is located on the Pacific Ocean off of the coast of San Diego.
The casino has attracted the attention of celebrities, including actors Kevin Spacey, Mark Ruffalo and Emma Stone.
The city of Alameda is also hoping to open a casino in Almeda, a community of about 11,000 residents in Alviso County.
The Alameda City Council voted in March to approve a $500 million bond for the project.
The project is currently under construction and the city is expected to be open in 2021.
The first phase of the casino has been scheduled to open in 2018.
The second phase is scheduled to be completed by 2020.
The San Francisco-Oakland-Bellevue-Vallejo (SF-OAK-vba-bvb) rail line is the state’s second-largest transportation project.
It will carry more than 9 million passengers a year between Oakland and San Francisco.
The city of San Jose is building a new airport, which will allow the train to connect with the airport, as well as a new train station, a BART stop and a new bus terminal.