DeKalb City Council to discuss video gambling
DeKALB – About a month after local businesses made a case for it, the DeKalb City Council will discuss the prospect of allowing video gambling in the city.
Although city council members have discussed it before, Monday’s committee of the whole meeting will be the first time the council members will see what it would look like as an ordinance, City Manager Mark Biernacki said. Two details that have not been determined are an application fee to the city for a gaming terminal license, and a renewal fee.
State legislators voted to allow video gambling in 2009 as a way to fund a variety of capital projects. However, a number of municipalities, including the city of DeKalb, already have ordinances outlawing video gambling machines.
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