Elburn works to redefine video gaming ordinance
ELBURN – Elburn Village Trustees worked to refine a video gaming ordinance as the board continued its discussion Tuesday about legalizing video gambling in the village.
Jay Spoden, president of Sugar Grove-based Tiger Electronics, a company that installs video gaming machines, was present Tuesday to clear up questions from the board. He said the village would get 5 percent of the profits and noted the money from video gaming would go into the village’s general fund and isn’t earmarked.
Elburn officials banned video gaming in 2009, when the state allowed establishments with liquor licenses to apply for as many as five video gaming machines.
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