Coal City board seeks public input on video gambling ordinance
COAL CITY — Coal City officials are seeking citizen input into an ordinance that could bring video gambling to village establishments.
At the village's board meeting Monday, Village Administrator Matt Fritz said the issue is now coming to the board as the Illinois Gaming Board begins to look through applications for video gaming terminals.
"We're kind of in the beginning of our fact finding on this issue and trying to decide upon the best way of regulating the video gaming in Coal City," he said.
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