General manager of Palms Casino in Las Vegas steps down

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The general manager of the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas has resigned, according to a company statement.

Jon Gray was general manager and vice president of the Station Casinos-owned off-Strip resort. It's unclear when his decision became effective.

Station Casinos said Gray chose "to move on to the next chapter of his career" following the Palms' completion of $690 million in redevelopments.

"Having played a key role in our complete transformation of that property, Jon will be greatly missed at the Palms," the statement reads. "We are extremely grateful for his many valuable contributions to the property over the years and wish him the very best of success as he proceeds to his next challenge."

The Palms celebrated its grand reopening earlier this year with a weekend that included performances from recording artists Cardi B, Travis Scott and Skrillex.

The resort has also been involved in several recent labor issues. Union officials alleged in May that the Palms refused to negotiate with them in violation of labor law, with the issue reaching federal labor regulators.