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Mt. Prospect allows video gambling

Mount Prospect will allow video gambling in specific settings, including restaurants, private clubs, brewpubs and bowling alleys, but it will not permit video gambling cafes. Mount Prospect will allow video gambling in specific settings, including restaurants, private clubs, brewpubs and bowling alleys, but it will not permit video gambling cafes. Daily Herald File Photo Mount Prospect added its name Tuesday to the list of communities offering video gambling. The 4-2 vote by trustees reflected strong feelings on both sides of the debate. The new ordinance allows video gambling in specific settings, including restaurants, private clubs, brewpubs and bowling alleys. However, it prohibits video gambling cafes. Trustees Paul Hoefert and Richard Rogers voted against the ordinance. Hoefert, who has been vocal in his support of putting the matter to referendum, said gambling will damage the village's brand as a family-friendly community, "The families are the lifeblood of this community," he said. "I think gambling, as a whole, runs counter to core family values. And I think it cheapens the image of Mount Prospect." Rogers said most of the money that comes from video gambling leaves the community, with the state taking about one-third and the people who control the machines picking up about another third. "Morally, do we really want to be known for video gambling?" he added. Trustee Michael Zadel spoke on behalf of the majority, saying the introduction of video gambling will not diminish the village's image.

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