(A)   Any establishment within the City of Pinckneyville which holds a liquor license and has obtained a license to operate a video gaming terminal from the Illinois Gaming Board at such premises (licensed establishment) shall be required to apply for and obtain by May 1, 2017, a supplemental video gaming license for the establishment from the City of Pinckneyville.
   (B)   No licensed establishment shall operate a video gaming terminal after May 1, 2017, without having obtained a license and video gaming terminal sticker for each video gaming terminal from the City of Pinckneyville pursuant to the license application procedures of this subchapter.
   (C)   A license application form is attached to the ordinance codified herein as Exhibit A. Applicants for a license shall submit a completed license application form together with payment of the initial annual license fee as calculated under the terms of this subchapter. The Mayor is hereby authorized to investigate and verify the information shown in the license application and approve, deny or return as incomplete any license application. The Mayor shall take action upon each license application within 30 days after receipt of the application.
   (D)   The fee for a supplemental video gaming establishment license shall be in the amount of $25 per license year for each video gaming terminal in the licensed establishment. The license year shall be from May 1 through April 30, commencing with an initial license year beginning May 1, 2017. The license fees shall not be prorated or refunded.
   (E)   Video gaming terminals may not be operated on any premises that is located within 100 feet of a school or a place of worship.
   (F)   The limit on the number of video gaming terminals at any licensed establishment shall correspond to the limit on gaming terminals established by the Illinois Video Gaming Act (ILCS Ch. 230, Act 40, § 1 et seq.) and the regulations formulated pursuant to said Act.
   (G)   Video gaming terminals must only be located in an area that is restricted to persons to persons over 21 years of age. The entrance to such area must be within the view of at least one employee.
   (H)   No licensee may cause or permit any person under the age of 21 years to use or play a video gaming terminal.
   (I)   Each licensed establishment that desires to operate a video gaming terminal must possess a valid liquor license issued by the Illinois Liquor Control Commission and the City of Pinckneyville.
   (J)   Those establishments that are licensed establishments, licensed fraternal establishments and licensed veterans establishments, all pursuant to the Video Gaming Act, may operate video gaming terminals only during the hours of operation for the consumption of alcoholic beverages at that establishment.
   (K)   Every licensed establishment shall comply with all provisions of the Video Gaming Act and all rules, regulations, and restrictions imposed by the Illinois Gaming Board.
(Ord. O-2017-03, passed 3-27-17; Am. Ord. O-2020-09, passed 4-13- 20) Penalty, see § 114.99