BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - In a meeting on Tuesday, the Birmingham City Council took time to discuss several issues dealing with charity bingo operations.
Many charity organizations attended the meeting to see if they could attain a bingo permit. While the Council did discuss different charities gaining permits, they eventually decided to delay any decisions for another meeting.
The Council also discussed a new amendment that would make the bingo parlors have at least one-thousand machines. Originally, the Council passed an amendment that said that parlors would have to have a minimum of five-hundred machines.