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ORDINANCE NO. 251
AN ORDINANCE REPEALING AND REPLACING IN ITS ENTIRETY, CHAPTER 10.12 OF THE TOWN OF BAGGS MUNICIPAL CODE AND ADOPTING A CHAPTER IN SECTIONS PERTAINING TO ABANDONED AND DERELICT VEHICLES.
WHEREAS, Wyoming Statute '15-1-103(a)(xix) authorizes Towns to declare and abate nuisances and impose fines upon parties who create, continue or permit nuisances to exist; and,
WHEREAS, Wyoming Statute '15-1-103(a)(xli) authorizes Towns to adopt ordinances necessary for the health, safety and welfare of the Town and to enforce all ordinances by imposing fines not to exceed seven hundred and fifty dollars ($750.00); and,
WHEREAS, Wyoming Statutes '15-1-103(a)(xliv) and '31-13-101, et seq., authorize Towns to take into custody abandoned, or junk motor vehicles and parts or remains thereof which are nuisances and are on public streets, alleys and ways, as well as abandoned and junk motor vehicles on private property; and,
WHEREAS, the Town intends to provide the regulation and control of abandoned and junk motor vehicles; and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the Town to regulate abandoned and junk motor vehicles on both public and private property within the municipal limits of the Town of Baggs, Carbon County, Wyoming;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE TOWN OF BAGGS, CARBON COUNTY, WYOMING, that Ordinance No. 251 be and the same is hereby created and shall repeal and replace in its entirety Chapter 10.12 of the Baggs Municipal Code and shall read as follows after passage and publication:
Abandoned and Derelict Vehicles
Section 1: Authority
The provisions of this chapter are adopted pursuant to Wyoming Statutes
'15-1-103(a)(xix), '15-1-103(a)(xli), '15-1-103(a)(xliv) and '31-13-101, et seq..
Section 2: Definitions
1) @Vehicle@ means every device in, upon, or by which any person or property may be transported or drawn upon a highway, EXCLUDING devices moved by human power, and pedestrian vehicles operated by a person who, by reason of a physical disability is otherwise unable to move about as a pedestrian.
A vehicle is presumed to be abandoned if the vehicle is left unattended on a public street, highway, alley, parking lot, or other public property within the jurisdictional limits of the Town of Baggs for more than twenty-four (24) hours after a Notice of Intent to Impound has been placed on it, pursuant to Section 6 of this chapter.
Notwithstanding any provisions of law to the contrary, any vehicle left unattended on private property for thirty (30) days after the expiration of the consent, oral or written, of the owner or the person in lawful possession or control of the private property, is presumed abandoned five (5) days after a Notice of Intent to Impound has been placed on it pursuant to Section 5 and 6 of this chapter.
Derelict Vehicles. A vehicle or parts thereof as defined by Section 2(A) of this chapter, shall be deemed to be derelict if the vehicle is:
Inoperable to the extent that it is unable to perform its original, intended function and not currently registered; or,
Partially or wholly dismantled; or,
Wrecked to the extent that it prevents legal operation;
Junked or intended to be recycled or scrapped.
Public Property. Public streets, alleys, highways, parking lots, or other public property, or such properties as may be in public ownership or with the right of use and shall include the entire extent of the property to the edges of the rights-of-way or property boundaries.
Unsheltered. Unsheltered means located outside of a secure building in such a manner as to be visible to a person on public property or adjoining private property, or which affords ready access to such vehicles by children.
Section 3: Declared to be a Health and Safety Hazard
The Town Council finds that for purposes of this chapter, any abandoned or derelict vehicle remaining on public or private property and not enclosed in a secure building, not as a result of weather conditions or mechanical failure where repairs within thirty (30) days are intended, is declared to be a health and safety hazard within the community and is subject to removal and disposition as provided in this chapter.
Section 4: Storage Prohibited on Private or Public Property
No person owning or in charge or control of any private property within the municipal limits of the Town of Baggs, shall allow or permit any derelict vehicle to remain unsheltered on such property for more than thirty (30) days and shall be responsible for the removal of any such vehicle, including the associated costs thereof.
It is the responsibility of the owner of any vehicle which is left or abandoned on any public property to remove such, including all associated costs thereof.
This section shall not apply to the following:
1) A vehicle that is enclosed in a secured building or stored behind a view-proof and secure fence of a least six feet (6') in height; or one (1) vehicle per premise, covered by a fitted vehicle cover, which said fitted vehicle cover shall be kept in a state of good repair;
A vehicle on the premises of a business enterprise operated in a lawful place and manner, and necessary to the operation of the business enterprise;
A vehicle in an appropriate storage or depository facility maintained in a lawful place and manner by a governmental agency;
An antique or historic motor vehicle as defined by Wyoming Statute '31-1-101(a)(xv)(A), which is licensed as provided by law.
Persons licensed in accordance with Wyoming Statute '31-13-112
Section 5: Removal of Abandoned or Derelict Vehicles
Any abandoned or derelict vehicle may be removed from public property by the Town upon expiration of the twenty-four (24) hour requirement of the Notice of Intent to Impound specified in Section 6.
B. An abandoned vehicle may be removed from private property upon the written request of the owner of the property or the person in lawful control thereof, together with a signed statement that such vehicle has been placed thereon without his consent.
C. A derelict vehicle kept on private property in violation of the provision of this chapter, may be removed by the Town after the following conditions have been satisfied:
Notice of the violation has been sent to the owner or legal possessor of the property via hand delivery by Police Officer or by registered/certified mail, return receipt requested at the last known address as determined from the utility records of the Town, the tax records of the County, or the vehicle registration records from the State.
Not less than thirty (30) days have passed without the vehicle being removed from an unsheltered area by the property owned or possessor. Removal of the vehicle to another location within the Town, on private property, in violation of the provisions of this chapter, without regard to the time which has elapsed after the notice was sent, is not sufficient to avoid removal or require the process to begin anew.
During said thirty (30) day period the property owner shall have the opportunity to request in writing, a hearing to determine the existence or non-existence of a violation in accordance with this chapter. The request for hearing shall be made to the Clerk of the Municipal Court for the Town of Baggs by the property owner. The property owner shall be given written notice of the date and time of said hearing, which shall be conducted by the municipal court judge. After the presentation of evidence and taking of testimony, the municipal judge shall make a final determination of a violation under this chapter. If a hearing is requested, the property shall not be removed until a determination of violation is made by the municipal judge. The failure of the property owner to petition for said hearing shall not delay or prevent the Town from removing the vehicle after expiration of said thirty (30) day period. .
Section 6: Notice of Intent to Impound
A Notice of Intent to Impound a vehicle shall be securely placed in a prominent place on the vehicle at such time as it is reasonably determined by the Town that the vehicle is abandoned.
In the event the vehicle is reasonably determined to be derelict, a Notice of Intent to Impound shall be posted when the following conditions have been satisfied:
The thirty (30) day notice, as required by Section 5(C), to the owner of the property has expired; or
No action has been taken by the owner of the property, or any other person, to bring the vehicle into compliance with the provisions of this chapter.
Posted Notice of Intent to Impound shall be placed upon the vehicle not less than twenty-four (24) hours prior to the time the vehicle is removed.
The Notice of Intent to Impound shall contain not less than the following information:
The date and time the notice was posted on the vehicle;
The fact that after the expiration of twenty-four (24) hours after the time of posting of the Notice, that the Town intends to remove the vehicle; and
The address and telephone number of the Town agency which can be contacted to prevent the removal of the vehicle.
Section 7: Title to Impounded Vehicles
Title to any impounded vehicle not reclaimed by the registered owner or any lien holder within thirty (30) days of the date of the report required by Section 6, shall vest in the Town. A change in the title may be obtained by the Town pursuant to the authority of this chapter and the procedure established in state statutes to obtain the change in title.
Section 8: Notice of Removal
Upon removal or any vehicle by the Town, a written report of the removal shall be sent to the last known address of the owner, if known. Otherwise such notice shall be sent to the Wyoming Department of Revenue and Taxation. The report shall include a description of the vehicle, the date, time and place of the removal, the grounds for removal, and the place of impoundment of the vehicle.
The proof of providing the report shall be made by the certificate of any Town employee involved in the impoundment of the vehicle, specifying the person to whom the report was directed and the date and the manner in which the report was provided.
Such report shall not be required if the retail value of the vehicle is less than Six Hundred and no/100 Dollars ($600.00) as reasonably determined by the Town=s Chief of Police or his designee.
Section 9: Suspension of Impound Procedure
In the event that the registered owner, any lien holder, or authorized agent of the owner contacts the town department specified on the Notice of Intent to Impound and indicates that the vehicle shall be brought into compliance with the provisions of this chapter and other applicable law, the Town shall suspend the removal of the vehicle for not less than twenty-four (24) hours in order to obtain written assurances, from the owner or agent, that the vehicle will be brought into compliance within a specified period of time. If the vehicle is brought into compliance with the requirements of this chapter, then the impound procedure shall be terminated. If the owner, however, fails to bring the vehicle into compliance within the specified time period, then the Town may complete the removal of the vehicle without beginning the process anew.
Section 10: Redemption
The owner or lien holder, after producing satisfactory proof of ownership or the right to possession to the Town, may redeem a vehicle in impound by paying the charges for towing, storage, notice, other costs of impoundment, and any penalty imposed by this chapter. In addition to the payment of the costs of impoundment as herein specified, the owner shall be required to provide a written assurance to the Town that the vehicle will be made to comply with the provisions of this chapter in the future.
Section 11: Disposition of Impounded Vehicles
Any vehicle which is impounded and has a retail value of $600.00 or more, may, after thirty (30) days have elapsed from the date notice was given as provided in Section 6, be sold by the Town=s Chief of Police, together with any contents contained therein, if any, at public auction to the highest bidder.
Notice of Sale shall be published once in a newspaper of general circulation within the county where the vehicle was impounded, not less than ten (10) days preceding the date of sale, giving a full description of the vehicle together with the engine or serial numbers or marks, if any, and the amount of money claimed to be due thereon, and the time and place of the sale.
All expenses incident to the sale and storage of the vehicle shall be first paid from the receipts of the sale and any residue shall be paid by the Chief of Police to the Town Treasurer for credit to the general fund.
After any vehicle has been sold under this section, the former owner or person entitled to possession has no further right, title, claim, or interest in or to the vehicle itself or contents, if any.
As to any other impounded vehicle not sold as otherwise provided by this section, all such vehicles shall be disposed of by contract or auction to a person licensed to the provisions of Wyoming Statute '31-13-112 or, if the Chief of Police is unable to dispose of the same by contract or auction, the same shall be hauled to the Town=s landfill.
Section 12: Certificate of Sale
When any vehicle is sold the Chief of Police at the time of payment of the purchase price, shall execute a Certificate of Sale in duplicate. The original Certificate of Sale shall be delivered to the purchaser and a copy shall be retained by the Chief. The Certificate of Sale shall contain the name and address of the purchaser, the date of sale, the consideration paid, a description of the vehicle, and a stipulation that no warranty is made as to the condition or title of the vehicle.
Purchaser, upon presentation of the Certificate of Sale to the County Clerk of any of the counties of Wyoming and the payment of fees required by law, is entitled to be issued a Certificate of Title and registration card for the vehicle.
Section 13: Hearing procedure
A. A request for a hearing upon the allegation of a abandoned and/or derelict vehicle shall be made in writing and delivered to the municipal court clerk within ten (10) days from the date of notice. Such request shall specify the property concerning which the request is made, the requesting party=s name and address, and nature of the interest held by the requesting party in the vehicle.
B. In the event a request for hearing is filed, a hearing shall be held before the municipal judge or such other individual or group as designated by the town council to act as hearing examiner. The purpose of the hearing shall be to confirm or deny the existence of a abandoned and/or derelict vehicle and for taking such further action as is authorized under this chapter. Notice of the time, place and hour of the hearing shall be sent at least ten (10) days in advance of the hearing to the requesting parties and the town attorney.
C. At such hearing, all parties and the town shall be afforded an opportunity to present evidence, to cross-examine and present argument; provided that all persons testifying shall be sworn; irrelevant, immaterial or unduly repetitious evidence shall be excluded; and the decision of the, municipal judge or hearing examiner shall be based upon the type of evidence commonly relied upon by reasonably prudent people in the conduct of their serious affairs.
D. At or after such hearing, and in the event of confirmation that a abandoned and/or derelict vehicle exists, the municipal judge or the hearing examiner, as the case may be, may resolve or order that the chief of police, his employees or agents remove the abandoned and/or derelict vehicle; provided, however, that if the circumstances justify, in the opinion of the municipal judge or person presiding at the hearing, the time for removal may be delayed. In the event a abandoned and/or derelict vehicle is confirmed, administrative and removal costs may also be assessed at the hearing. If it is found that an abandoned and/or derelict vehicle does not exist, abatement authority shall be denied and costs shall not be assessed.
E. Appeals from adverse decisions rendered by the hearing examiner or municipal judge pursuant to subsection C of this section may be made to the district court in the same manner as an appeal from an adverse decision rendered by an agency in a contested case under the provisions of Section 16-3-114 of the Wyoming Statutes, 2007. The municipal judge or hearing examiner, as provided in subsection B of this section, is an agency within the meaning of the Wyoming Administrative Procedures Act and adverse decisions may be appealed in the manner provided therein.
F. In the event a request for hearing or appeal, as provided, is not filed, the right to a hearing shall be considered to have been waived.
Section 14: Non-Liability
If any vehicle is removed from any highway, street, alley, or public or private property as provided for in this chapter, the owner of the vehicle may not institute in any state court, a suit in law or equity against any police officer or his agent, or the Town for the recovery of the value of any item in or on the vehicle that may be lost, stolen or damaged resulting therefrom.
Section 15: Penalty
Every person violating any provisions to this title shall be subject to the penalties imposed by the general penalty provisions provided for by the Town of Baggs municipal code.
PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED this 22nd day of January , 2008.
ORDINANCE NO. 275
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING BAGGS MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 5.08 - ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE TOWN OF placeCityBAGGS:
§5.08.105 of the Baggs Municipal Code under Article III. Licenses and Permits under “Sections” is hereby created, inserted, and reads as follows:
5.08.105 TIPS Training Requirements.
§5.08.115 of the Baggs Municipal Code under Article III. Licenses and Permits under “Sections” is hereby created, inserted, and reads as follows:
Bar and Grill Permit.
§5.08.125 of the Baggs Municipal Code under Article III. Licenses and Permits under “Sections” is hereby created, inserted, and reads as follows:
5.08.125 Catering permit.
§5.08.010 of the Baggs Municipal Code under placeSnArticle SnI. Generally. Definition of “alcoholic liquor” is amended as follows:
“Alcoholic liquor" means any spirituous or fermented fluid, substance or compound other than malt beverage intended for beverage purposes which contains at least one-half of one percent (.5%) of alcohol by volume. As used in this paragraph, "beverage" does not include liquid filled candies containing less than six and one-quarter percent (6.25%) of alcohol by volume;
§5.08.010 of the Baggs Municipal Code under placeSnArticle SnI. Generally. Definition of “Malt beverages” is amended as follows:
Malt beverage" means any fluid, substance or compound intended for beverage purposes manufactured from malt, wholly or in part, or from any substitute therefore, containing at least one-half of one percent (.5%) of alcohol by volume;
§5.08.070 of the Baggs Municipal Code under Article II. PROHIBITED ACTS GENERALLY. Sales to persons under twenty-one is updated and amended to read:
5.08.070 Sales to person under twenty-one.
a) Any person who sells, furnishes, gives or causes to be sold, furnished or given away any alcoholic liquor or malt beverage to any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years, who is not his legal ward, medical patient or member of his own immediate family, is guilty of a misdemeanor. A motor vehicle driver's license issued by any state, territory or possession of the United States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico or by an official governmental agency of Canada or Mexico, a permanent resident card issued by the United States citizenship and immigration services, an identification card issued to a member of the armed forces, an internationally accepted passport document with a discernible date of birth and photograph or an identification card issued by the department of transportation is prima facie evidence of the age and identity of a person. Proof that a licensee or his employee or agent demanded, was shown and acted in reasonable reliance upon the information contained in any one (1) of the above documents as identification is a defense to any criminal prosecution or action for the suspension or revocation of a license.
§5.08.080 of the Baggs Municipal Code under Article II. PROHIBITED ACTS GENERALLY. Falsification of ID's - - Use of false ID's is updated and amended to read:
5.07.080 Falsificationof ID's. Use of false ID's.
Any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years who attempts in any manner to purchase alcoholic or malt beverages or who falsifies any identification or uses any false identification in order to obtain alcoholic or malt beverages is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Prior code §4-2(b) )
§5.08.090 of the Baggs Municipal Code under Article II. PROHIBITED ACTS GENERALLY. Violation. Penalty. is updated and amended to read:
5.08.090 Violation. Penalty.
Any person who violates this section, or aids, abets or incites any violation hereof, is guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be fined not less than one hundred dollars. Any person under the age of twenty-one years who shall violate this chapter shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not more than seven hundred-fifty dollars or be imprisoned not more than six months or both.
§5.08.105 of the Baggs Municipal Code under Article III. LICENSES AND PERMITS is created, inserted, and reads as follows:
5.08.105 TIPS Training Requirements. The holders of all authorized licenses and permits under the Town of Baggs jurisdiction will provide proof of TIPS training for all persons dispensing and serving alcohol.
§5.08.115 of the Baggs Municipal Code under Article III. LICENSES AND PERMITS is created, inserted, and reads as follows:
5.08.115 Bar and grill liquor license. Restaurants as defined by W.S. 12-1-101(a)(xiv) may be licensed by the appropriate licensing authority in counties, cities and towns under a bar and grill liquor license. In additional the application requirements required by this title, the license applicant shall submit a valid food service permit upon application. The number of bar and grill liquor licenses for cities and town shall be based on a population formula. For this purpose, the population formula for the Town shall be “not more than two (2) licenses in incorporated cities and town of seven thousand five hundred (7,500) or less. The license fee for this bar and grill liquor license shall be fifteen hundred dollars and is payable to the town. A bar and grill liquor license shall not be sold, transferred or assigned by the holder. Bar and grill licenses shall be subject to the provisions of W.S. 12-4-408 and 12-4-410(c) to the same extent those provisions are applicable to restaurant liquor licenses. Bar and grill liquor licenses shall not sell alcoholic or malt beverages for consumption off the premises owned or leased by the licensee except as allowed under W.S. 12-4-410(e).
5.08.120 of the Baggs Municipal Code under Article III. LICENSES AND PERMITS is amended and reads as follows:
5.08.120 Malt beverage permits. A malt beverage pemit authorizing the sale of malt beverages only may be issued by the appropriate licensing authority to any responsible person or organization for sales at a picnic, bazaar, fair, rodeo, special holiday or similar public gathering. No person or organization holding the special permit shall sell any alcoholic liquor other than malt beverages on the premises described on the permit, nor shall any malt beverage be sold or consumed off the premises authorized by the permit.W.S.12-5-201 does not apply to this subsection. The permit shall be issued only for the days named therein; and it shall not authorize the sale of malt liquors on the premises described for more than twelve (12) permits by any one person for sales at the same premises in any one (1) year, except that this limitation shall not be applicable to malt beverage permits issued for sales at any fair, rodeo, pari-mutuel event or other similar public event conducted by a public entity upon public premises. The permit shall be issued without notice to the public on application to the governing body. The fee for such permit is fifty dollars per day, payable to the town.
§5.08.125 of the Baggs Municipal Code under Article III. LICENSES AND PERMITS is created, inserted, and reads as follows:
5.08.125 Catering Permit.
A catering permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic and malt beverages may be issued by the appropriate licensing authority to any person holding a retail or resort retail liquor license authorizing the off-premises sale of both alcoholic and malt beverages, for sales at meetings, conventions, private parties and dinners or at other similar gatherings not capable of being held within the licensee's licensed premises. No licensee holding a catering permit shall sell or permit consumption of any alcoholic or malt beverage off the premises described in the permit. Notwithstanding any other provision of this subsection, closed-container items sold at auction for the benefit of a nonprofit organization may be taken off-premises. The permit authorized by this section shall be issued for one (1) twenty-four (24) hour period, subject to the schedule of operating hours provided by W.S. 12-5-101. No person or organization shall receive more than a total of twenty-four (24) catering permits for sales at the same premises in any one (1) year, except that this limitation shall not be applicable to malt beverage permits issued for sales at any fair, rodeo, pari-mutuel event or other similar public event conducted by a public entity upon public premises. The permit shall be issued without notice to the public on application to the governing body. The fee for such permit shall be fifty dollars per day, payable to the town.
The malt beverage permit and the catering permit shall be issued on application to the appropriate licensing authority without public notice or hearing. An application for a malt beverage permit or catering permit under this section shall be accompanied by a designation of the event for which the application is sought specifying the type of event and the name of the sponsor. Any applicant applying for a permit authorized by this section and having licensed premises located within a jurisdiction other than that jurisdiction to which application is made, shall secure the written approval of the licensing authority of that jurisdiction in which the licensed premises are located prior to filing an application for a permit. A copy of the licensee's retail or resort retail liquor license shall accompany the catering permit application and proof of TIPS training by all persons dispensing or serving alcoholic or malt beverages for both the 24 hour malt beverage permit and the catering permit shall be provided to the town.
§5.08.145 of the Baggs Municipal Code under Article III. LICENSES AND PERMITS 5.08.145 Restaurant Liquor License is amended, and reads as follows:
5.08.145 Restaurant liquor license. (a) Restaurants as defined by W.S. 12-1-101(a)(xiv) may be licensed by the appropriate licensing authority in counties, cities and towns under a restaurant liquor license. In addition to the application requirements required by this title, the license applicant shall submit a valid food service permit upon application. When the total dollar amount of wholesale purchases from the liquor commission of liquor in a county is greater than fifty (50) times the county population, then population formulas have no application to issuance of restaurant liquor licenses within the county.
(b) Repealed by Laws 1985, ch. 92, 3.
(c) After the maximum number of appropriate licenses has been certified by the commission, the number of restaurant liquor licenses issued shall not exceed fifty percent (50%) of the number of retail liquor licenses allowable under W.S. 12-4-201(d), or two (2), whichever is greater.
(d) Any person presently holding a limited retail liquor license and otherwise qualified for a restaurant liquor license under W.S. 12-1-101(a)(xiv) and 12-4-407 through 12-4-411 may be issued a restaurant liquor license by the appropriate licensing authority. Licenses issued under this subsection shall not be considered in the number of licenses authorized under subsection (c) of this section.
§5.08.170 of the Baggs Municipal Code under Article III. LICENSES AND PERMITS is amended and reads as follows:
5.08.170 Term - - Transfer - - Refund of fees. A. After public hearing and with the approval of the licensing authority, a license or permit may be transferred to or renewed on different premises on the same basis as the original application. An additional license fee of not more than one hundred dollars ($100.00) is required for the remaining term of the license or permit. A transferred license or permit shall expire on the same date as the original license or permit.
B. A licensee, or the executor or administrator of the estate of a deceased licensee, may assign and transfer the license or permit by a sale made in good faith. The assignment and transfer shall first have the approval of the licensing authority, which consideration shall be based in part upon a public hearing and an application filed under oath by the assignee or transferee showing the person or entity to be qualified to hold a license or permit under placeStateWyoming law. The approval of the transfer shall not be given by the licensing authority if the transferring licensee is certified by the department as sixty (60) or more days delinquent in paying sales taxes pursuant to W.S. 12-2-306, or if proceedings are pending to suspend, revoke or otherwise penalize the original license or permit holder. A transfer of a license or permit shall require the payment of an additional license fee to the appropriate licensing authority of not more than one hundred dollars ($100.00) for the transfer, and upon assignment the assignee may exercise the privilege of continuing the business authorized by the license or permit.
§5.08.200 of the Baggs Municipal Code under Article III. LICENSES AND PERMITS is amended and reads as follows:
A. The annual fee for a bar and grill liquor license, by the provisions of this chapter, shall be fifteen hundred dollars. The license fee shall be paid to the town clerk at the time of application.
B. The annual fee for a restaurant liquor license, by the provisions of this chapter, shall be six hundred and fifty dollars. The license fee shall be paid to the town clerk at the time of application.
C. The annual fee for a retail liquor license, by the provisions of this chapter, shall be one thousand dollars. The license fee shall be paid to the town clerk at the time of application.
This Ordinance will go into effect February 28, 2012 upon passage, approval and adoption.
FIRST placeCityREADING: January 24, 2012
SECOND placeCityREADING: February 14, 2012
PUBLIC HEARING AND THIRD placeCityREADING: February 28, 2012
APPROVED, PASSED AND ADOPTED: February 28, 2012