Elburn trustees continue video gaming debate
ELBURN – At least one village trustee isn’t sold on legalizing video gaming in Elburn. Ken Anderson raised questions on the topic at Monday night’s Committee of the Whole meeting and urged officials to discuss the issue.
The topic was introduced at last week’s Village Board meeting. Elburn was among the communities that banned video gaming in 2009, after the state gave the green light for establishments with licenses to pour liquor also to apply for as many as five video gaming machines at a site.
Recent developments have officials revisiting that decision – Sugar Grove recently lifted its ban, although there is an advisory referendum on April’s ballot. Video gaming also is allowed in unincorporated areas of Kane County, and one establishment near Elburn, Blackberry Bar and Grill, has machines at its location, just south of Elburn on Route 47.
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