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Wauconda discusses video gambling licenses

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Wauconda trustees have informally agreed that an annual license should be sold for every video gambling device operating in the village. Mayor Mark Knigge said the license would cost $25 for each machine where video gaming is allowed under state law. Knigge said the $25 fee isn't viewed as a moneymaker for the village. "What we're really trying to do is keep track of the machines, who has what," he said Wednesday. Trustees gave their support to the license during a committee meeting Tuesday. A formal village board vote on the proposal is expected April 2. Bonner Road Inn and American Legion Post 911 are the establishments with video gambling in the village.

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