§ 135.05 VIDEO GAMING.
   (A)   Any establishment within the village which holds a liquor license and has obtained a license to operate a video gaming terminal from the Illinois Gaming Board at such premises shall be required to apply for and obtain a license and video gaming sticker from the village.
   (B)   No establishment shall operate a video gaming terminal without having obtained a license and video gaming sticker from the village pursuant to the application procedures of Chapter 110 of this code of ordinances.
   (C)   The fee to operate a video gaming terminal in the village shall be $25 per terminal.
   (D)   Video gaming terminals may not be operated on any premises that is:
      (1)   Located within 1,000 feet of a horseracing or riverboat gambling facility; or
      (2)   Located within 100 feet of a school or a place of worship.
   (E)   There shall not be more than six video gaming terminals on any premises.
   (F)   Video gaming terminals must be located in an area that is restricted to persons over 21 years of age. The entrance to such area must be within the view of at least one employee.
   (G)   No licensee may cause or permit any person under the age of 21 years to use or play a video gaming terminal.
   (H)   Each establishment that desires to operate a video gaming terminal must possess a valid liquor license issued by the Illinois Liquor Control Commission and the village.
   (I)   Those establishments that are licensed establishments, licensed fraternal establishments and licensed veterans establishments, all pursuant to the Illinois Video Gaming Act, may operate video gaming terminals only during the hours of operation for the consumption of alcoholic beverages at that establishment.
   (J)   Annual fees to be paid shall be for a fiscal year without proration should the video gaming terminal operate for any portion of any fiscal year.
   (K)   Any licensee must also follow any rules and further restrictions imposed by the Illinois Gaming Board.
(Ord. 4164, passed 9-4-2012; Ord. 4408, passed 3-16-2020) Penalty, see § 130.99