Judge rules charity bingo can reopen in the Bessemer Cutoff
A judge in the Bessemer Cutoff has ruled that charity bingo operations can reopen without interference from the Jefferson County sheriff or the district attorney in the Bessemer division of Jefferson County.
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#1 Mar 22, 2011
about time to get some money coming via taxing these bingo halls and renting all these empty buildings across the city not to mention hiring back hundreds of unemployed people. Remember, Fairfield is using its bingo money to send their council people on trips. If this stands maybe we can get some potholes fixed on the streets. And to those who wish to pay higher taxes, donate your money to the animal shelter and homeless missions, it will be better spent.
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