put it on this evening’s agenda for discussion because I’ve had quite a few people approach me about it,” Lockhart said. “It’s coming quick. The Illinois Gaming Board has said they felt [video gaming] would be up and running by August 1.”
The Marengo establishments that have applied to install the machines can’t do so unless the council votes to change an ordinance that prohibits video gambling.
The council will vote in two weeks on whether to allow video gaming at bars, restaurants and other liquor license holders.
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