Ordinance Licensing laws

  

ORDINANCE REQUIRING PAYMENT OF LOCAL CLAIMS AS CONDITION OF OBTAINING OR RENEWING TOWN ISSUED LICENSES 

Ordinance No.09-07-2017 Revised

Town of Beetown, Grant County, ordains as follows:

1. DELINQUENCY: As a condition of obtaining or renewing a license, the Licensee must be current on and paid-in-full for all local taxes, assessments, special charges, or other fees, including but not limited to municipal forfeitures from a violation of any town ordinance. 

No License shall be granted for operation on any premises or with any equipment for which taxes, assessments, forfeitures or other financial claims of the Town are delinquent and unpaid.

2. APPLICANTS:  Any applicant may be denied a license for delinquent taxes as described in paragraph 1 above.

3. NOTICE REQUIREMENTS FOR RENEWAL APPLICATIONS: Prior to any denial of an application for renewal of a license, the applicant shall be given notice and opportunity for a hearing as hereinafter provided: Upon complaint by any person, or at board discretion, and following board review and approval, written notice shall be given to the licensee of the complaint basis, and the date and time the board will hear the matter. For non-alcohol licenses where no statutory procedure is set, service may be by first class mail to the licensee's last known address, or personal service, at the chairperson's option. For alcohol licenses, present Wisconsin Statute 125.12, or its successor will be followed for the provision of notice and the hearing. At present, the statute requires personal service of the hearing notice (summons) and complaint, and a hearing within 3-10 days thereafter. The clerk will keep a record of service. The town clerk shall also see that the hearing notice is properly posted or published, in compliance with the state open meetings law. 

4. HEARING PROCEDURE: If the applicant shall fail to appear before the board on the date indicated in the notice, the board shall deny the application for issuing the license. If the applicant appears before the board on the date indicated in the notice and denies the reasons for issuance or non-renewal exist, the board shall conduct a hearing with respect to the matter. At the hearing, both the town and the applicant may produce witnesses, cross examine witnesses and be represented by counsel. If the town board determines the applicant shall not be entitled to issuance or renewal, the application shall be denied. The applicant shall, upon request, be provided a written transcript of the hearing at the applicant's expense. 

5. SEVERABILITY: In the event any portion of this ordinance is or becomes invalid or illegal, the remaining portions shall remain in full force and effect. 

6. EFFECT: This ordinance shall take effect following passage and posting in 3 public places within the town.

Adopted on: April 5th, 2018, 

__________s______________,  

Chairperson – Kurt Snider

__________s_______________, ______________s________________

Supervisor – Bart Breuer     Supervisor – Mark Joyce

Posted on: April 6th, 2018  Attest:  _________s______________

Sharon Bontreger - Clerk 

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Resolutions

  

Resolution 04-18-2017 Resolution designating public depository

STATE OF WISCONSWIN

Town of Beetown

Grant county

The Town Board of the Town of Beetown, Grant County, Wisconsin, by this resolution, adopted by a majority of the town board on a roll call vote with a quorum present and voting and proper notice having been given, resolves and orders as follows:

The following financial institutions are designated as the public depositories for the Town of Beetown:

Peoples State Bank – Bloomington with branches in Lancaster

Claire Bank – Bloomington

The town clerk shall properly post this resolution as required under s.60.80, Wis. stats.

Adopted this 18th day of April, 2017

__________s____________, ____________s_______________, __________s___________________

Chairman: Kurt Snider Supervisor: Bart Breuer Supervisor: Mark Joyce

Attest: _____________s_______________________

Beetown Township Clerk – Sharon Bontreger

   



Ordinances

  

NO. 2014 09

Class B liquor License Ordinance – 2014

The town Board of Beetown Township, Grant County, Wisconsin, has the specific authority under 125.185(1) to adopt this ordinance

Once issued a Class B Liquor License, an establishment will be open for business to serve the general public a minimum of 6 hours per day for at least 10 days per calendar month.

If any establishment which has been issued a Class B Liquor license fails to be open to serve the general public for the minimum number of days per calendar month that liquor license will be revoked. 

After revocation or surrender of a Class B liquor License, a new application must be completed and acted upon by the Town Board of Beetown Township.

The purpose of this ordinance is to make certain a Class B liquor license is not held in order to prevent someone with an honest desire to operate an establishment from being able to do so.

This ordinance Revokes and makes null and void any former ordnance(s) on this issue.

Adopted and effective this 4th day of September, 2014

_________/s/__________________

Pamala Clauer, Chairman

  

ORDINANCE REQUIRING PAYMENT OF LOCAL CLAIMS AS CONDITION OF OBTAINING OR RENEWING TOWN ISSUED LICENSES

Ordinance No.09-07-2017

Town of Beetown, Grant County, ordains as follows:

1. DELINQUENCY: As a condition of obtaining or renewing a license, all local taxes, assessments, special charges, or other fees, including but not limited to municipal forfeitures from a violation of any town ordinance, shall be paid on a current basis. Any such local claims that remain unpaid within a time limit set by the town, or a court, as the case may be, place the licensee in a state of delinquency.

2. NEW APPLICANTS: New applicants for municipal licenses who are in a current state of delinquency on any local claim will be denied a license.

3. NOTICE REQUIREMENTS FOR RENEWAL APPLICATIONS: Prior to any denial of an application for renewal of a license, the applicant shall be given notice and opportunity for a hearing as hereinafter provided: Upon complaint by any person, or at board discretion, and following board review and approval, written notice shall be given to the licensee of the complaint basis, and the date and time the board will hear the matter. For non-alcohol licenses where no statutory procedure is set, service may be by first class mail to the licensee's last known address, or personal service, at the chairperson's option. For alcohol licenses, present Wisconsin Statute 125.12, or its successor will be followed for the provision of notice and the hearing. At present, the statute requires personal service of the hearing notice (summons) and complaint, and a hearing within 3-10 days thereafter. The clerk will keep a record of service. The town clerk shall also see that the hearing notice is properly posted or published, in compliance with the state open meetings law. 

4. HEARING PROCEDURE: If the renewal applicant shall fail to appear before the board on the date indicated in the notice, the board shall deny the application for renewal. If the applicant appears before the board on the date indicated in the notice and denies the reasons for non-renewal exist, the board shall conduct a hearing with respect to the matter. At the hearing, both the town and the applicant may produce witnesses, cross examine witnesses and be represented by counsel. If the town board determines the applicant shall not be entitled to renewal, the application shall be denied. The applicant shall, upon request, be provided a written transcript of the hearing at the applicant's expense. 

5. SEVERABILITY: In the event any portion of this ordinance is or becomes invalid or illegal, the remaining portions shall remain in full force and effect. 

6. EFFECT: This ordinance shall take effect following passage and posting in 3 public places within the town.

Adopted on: __________________ ________________________

Chairperson – Kurt Snider

Posted on: _____________  ________________________

_____________________ Supervisor - Bart Breuer

_____________________ 3 places 

________________________

Supervisor - Mark Joyce

ATTEST:______________________

Sharon Bontreger - Clerk

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