Wholesale Clubís Bid for Keno Game DelayedBJís Wholesale Club in West Quincy would like to have the opportunity to sell Keno-to-Go tickets at their store. The license board looks like they are going to allow the game to be sold at the store but the city councilor does not think the game will go over well with his constituents.
This past Tuesday the license board postponed a vote on the application of the store to sell the keno tickets. This happened after Ward 4 councilor Brian Palmucci asked in writing for the chance to get feedback from residents before the city takes their position on the subject.
The application will be viewed again on April 27th which is three days before the store is planning to open. The store has pledged to make changes to the buildingís exterior in exchange for an occupancy permit from the city.
BJís stores sell the tickets in twenty other Massachusetts locations and sixty businesses are licensed to offer the tickets. the store does not need to get the approval of the city to sell the tickets but the state lottery commission considers the local license boardís opinion before they decide to allow a store to sell tickets.
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