BLOOMINGDALE – The village of Bloomingdale recently made two amendments to its Liquor Code that will affect closing times and video gaming, according to a village enewsletter.
With the amendments, dining establishments with a D-2 full liquor license may request a one-hour extended closing time from midnight to 1 a.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 1 to 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday, for an additional license fee of $500, according to the enewsletter.
Establishments with a Class D-2 license with at least 140 seats can continue to purchase a two-hour late-close option, the enewsletter stated.
Bloomingdale establishments with a Class D, H or R liquor license are now eligible to apply for a Class V supplemental liquor license for video gaming, according to the enewsletter.
The supplemental license permits as many as five video gaming terminals at each licensed premises, the enewsletter stated.
Businesses interested in applying for a Class V supplemental license must meet all requirements of the State of Illinois Gaming Board, pursuant to the provisions of the Illinois Gaming Act, and of the village of Bloomingdale, as set forth in Section 4-2 of the Village Code, according to the enewsletter.
The creation of a Class V supplemental liquor license and its issuance by the liquor commissioner is subject to approval by the Bloomingdale Village Board of Trustees, the enewsletter stated.
For more information on Village Code requirements, visit the Bloomingdale website at www.villageofbloomingdale.org.
Those with questions should contact Barb Weber, assistant village administrator, at 630-671-5613 or email@example.com.