Woodstock to revisit video gaming
WOODSTOCK – Local businesses could win video gaming when the City Council takes up the matter this fall.
Earlier this year, city officials decided to maintain a moratorium on electronic gambling for at least two years. At the time, there were no requests or pressure from local business owners for the city to reverse itself.
But Mark Bezik, who owns The Cabin and the building that houses D.C. Cobb’s, both in downtown Woodstock, recently asked the City Council to consider lifting the ban.
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