Maywood Board Divided Over Welcoming Video Gambling Bistro

Patrons at Penny’s Place, a video gambling facility in Calumet Park, in 2015. | Gary Middendorf/Daily Southtown Friday, February 26, 2016 || By Michael Romain  During a Feb. 24 public hearing, the Maywood Board of Trustees discussed the merits of welcoming a video gambling bistro at 611 W. Roosevelt Rd., which would be called Lacey’s Place. The proposed venture’s co-owners, Jeffery Rehberger and Jeffrey Mick, … Continue reading Maywood Board Divided Over Welcoming Video Gambling Bistro