City Cuts Gambling Fees for Clubs

Social clubs and fraternal organizations won’t have to pay as much to host video gambling after the city of Woodstock lowered its fees. Class “C” liquor license-holders, made up of clubs, will pay $100 a year to the city for each video gambling machine they run, down...

City Council Closes Gas Station Gambling Loophole

The Woodstock City Council closed a loophole that could have allowed some gas stations to receive video gambling licenses. The city amended its Unified Development Ordinance April 4 to create a new definition for truck stops in order to differentiate them from gas...

Woodstock Increases Fees for Gambling Machine Operators

Businesses with gambling machines will pay a lot more to the city of Woodstock for their licenses and permits. The yearly fee to host a video gambling terminal in Woodstock rose from $25 per machine to $500 per machine after the Woodstock City Council approved a...

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