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Senate Bill 0282

Senate Bill 0282

ARCHIVE (2005)

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DIGEST OF SB 282 (Updated April 28, 2005 9:10 pm - DI 14)

Municipal riverfront development projects. Allows a municipal riverfront development project to be located in certain community revitalization enhancement districts. Allows the alcohol and tobacco commission (commission) to issue ten three-way, two-way, or one-way alcoholic beverage permits to restaurants located: (1) in a historic district in a city or town; or (2) not more than 500 feet from the historic district; if the historic district meets certain requirements. Provides that an applicant is not eligible for a permit if, less than two (2) years before the date of the application, the applicant sold a retailer's permit that was subject to a quota for premises within the historic district or within 500 feet of the district. Prohibits a permit issued under these provisions from being transferred. Requires the legislative body of the city or town to recommend sites to the commission that are eligible to be permit premises. Requires the commission to consider the recommendation of the municipal legislative body in issuing a permit, but does not require the commission to follow the recommendation of the municipal legislative body in issuing the permit.
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