The Akron Beacon Journal reports that the Barberton City Council has voted to regulate so-called “skill games” within the city limits. Any business that has between two and ten of the machines on site would be required to pay $100.00 per month per machine to the city. Any business with more than ten machines is defined as a “skill arcade” and is required to pay $1,000.00 annually in addition to $200.00 per machine per month. The new legislation prohibits operation of the arcades within 500 feet of a school or church and limits the number of skill arcades within city limits to ten.
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