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13, which allows for a maximum of 16 licenses in the village. But how those licenses are allocated is now slightly changed based on response since the original ordinance was approved last May, officials said. The original ordinance made available 10 licenses to current or "established" liquor license holders, two to new video gambling cafes that open up in strip malls with a vacancy rate greater than 30 percent, two to business owners who have operated within the village for the past five years, have experienced a decline in business and who have applied for and received a liquor license and two to fraternal or veterans' organizations that have operated within Niles for the past half decade. The change made in December takes one away from fraternal or veterans' organizations and one away from five-years-plus business owners, leaving one license for each of those categories. The number of licenses for established liquor license owners increases from 10 to 12, under the ordinance change. Niles Village Manager Steven Vinezeano said the changes were made because the village did not see much interest in the licenses from fraternal or veterans' organizations or businesses. "We found that the fraternal organizations, which were allowed two of these licenses no one was jumping on those, no one was taking them," Vinezeano said. The village had two unclaimed licenses, Vinezeano said, so the thought was to reallocate them into the category of established liquor licenses where there is greater demand. According to Illinois Gaming Board records, there are six establishments in Niles that are licensed to offer video gaming, operating at total of 30 terminals. The IGB regulates video gaming and collects the tax revenue they generate.

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REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton More By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Monica Crowley, the foreign policy adviser tapped for a White House job under President-elect Donald Trump, will relinquish the post, a transition official told Reuters on Monday. Crowley had been chosen to serve as senior director of strategic communications at the National Security Council. Her appointment had been shadowed by reports of plagiarism in news outlets including CNN and Politico. After much reflection I have decided to remain in New York to pursue other opportunities and will not be taking a position in the incoming administration, she said in a statement quoted by the Washington Times. I greatly appreciate being asked to be part of President-elect Trumps team and I will continue to enthusiastically support him and his agenda for American renewal. A CNN review found this month that Crowley plagiarized thousands of words of her 2000 dissertation for her Columbia University Ph.D. In addition, Politico reported that it found more than a dozen examples of plagiarism in Crowley's Ph.D. dissertation. She had been hired to work for Trump's national security adviser, retired General Michael Flynn, who said in a statement quoted by The Times that he will miss the opportunity to have Crowley on his team. (Reporting by Steve Holland; Writing by Doina Chiacu; Editing by James Dalgleish) Reblog

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