City fails to OK alternative video gaming locations
Thatcher proposed Java Jills as coffee shops with gambling
A business described as a "Starbucks that has gaming machines," failed to win approval from the Morris City Council Monday.
A liquor license is required in order for a business to have gaming machines, so the Judiciary and License Committee looked at a recommendation to add two more Class E liquor licenses for two "Java Jills" establishments. Class E is for beer and wine only.
The recommendation did not make it out of committee, however, because there were only two members present, each voting the opposite way. Alderman Don Hansen brought the issue before the council anyway to be fair, he said, instead of having it die at committee due to there not being enough members.
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