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Permit OKed for 8-liner operation

Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2011 12:00 am

SEGUIN - While eight-liner gaming machines can be found in local convenience stores and other establishments, players soon will see the opening of a business devoted entirely to the video gaming machines.

The city's Planning and Zoning Commission, in its monthly meeting Tuesday evening, voted 4-1 to issue a specific use permit to allow an eight-liner game room at 1425 E. Court St. in Plaza del Rey Shopping Center.

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  • Lupigon posted at 2:00 pm on Fri, Dec 9, 2011.

    Lupigon Posts: 1

    I'm glad to see that Texas is trying to ease their ban on legalize gambling, however you can go down the street to JOE BLOWS house and get paid in cash. Who wants to spend their cash for a card to redeem for merchadise, I don't. I guess we have to continue to travel to La, New Mexico, Ok. Kansas and gamble over there for real money.

     

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