The Quincy Plan Commission gave approval for a special permit to Alibi Bar, 500 York, to operate as a nightclub.
QUINCY — The Quincy City Council approved an ordinance amending the city’s municipal code for video gaming licenses, bringing them more in line with the Illinois Liquor Control Statute. Aldermen approved one small change before voting on the ordinance Monday night, increasing the fee for an individual video gaming terminal to $200 from $100. The […]
A proposed map that would’ve slightly tweaked the boundaries, with Wards 2, 4 and 5 being the most impacted, was defeated at Monday night’s Quincy City Council meeting.
QUINCY — The Quincy City Council looked for the first time during Monday night’s meeting at an ordinance that Quincy Mayor Mike Troup says brings the city’s municipal code for video gaming licenses more in line with the Illinois Liquor Control Statute. “We’re not looking at creating additional revenues, but just maintaining and cleaning (the […]
QUINCY — Quincy Mayor Mike Troup hopes to have something to present to the Quincy City Council within two weeks that would modify how the city oversees video gaming operators. There is one slight problem. Quincy doesn’t have much leeway. “The state will not allow us to be more restrictive to gaming,” Troup said. Troup […]
QUINCY – The Quincy City Council unanimously approved an ordinance to clear the way for the former Elder’s Restaurant property to come back to life. Lucky Dogs will be operated by Scott Frese and the plan received the green light for the permits to serve alcohol and operate video gaming terminals. Frese said the restaurant […]
QUINCY — Quincy Mayor Mike Troup isn’t sure if a problem exists, but he wants to examine the number of video gaming terminals in Quincy. Troup announced at Monday’s City Council meeting he is temporarily freezing the number of liquor licenses in his role as the city’s liquor commissioner. He noted that the city had […]