Article II. Board linklink
5.04.030: Powers And Duties
5.04.040: Meetings

5.04.030: POWERS AND DUTIES:linklink

The County Liquor Board shall regulate and control the sale or disposition of intoxicating liquors by:

A. Granting or denying applications for licenses and imposing conditions, limitations and restrictions upon the license;

B. Suspending or revoking any license when, in the opinion of a majority of the board after hearing, there exists sufficient reason therefor. In an emergency, the board may immediately suspend or limit a license until a hearing can be conducted;

C. Prohibiting the employment or service of minors in the sale or disposition of liquor;

D. Prohibiting the sale or disposition of liquor in places where, in the judgment of the board, such sale or disposition may tend to create or constitute a special law enforcement problem or a public nuisance;

E. Fixing fees and procedures for the collection of fees for licenses as well as investigation fees;

F. Prescribing the conditions under which liquor may be sold or disposed of. (Ord. 101 § 5, 1983)
5.04.040: MEETINGS:linklink

A. The board shall meet as often as its business requires, at scheduled times at the beginning, during or immediately following a meeting of the Board of County Commissioners.

B. Three (3) members of the board shall constitute a quorum, and each member shall have one vote. A majority vote of the members present shall be necessary to authorize the issuance of any license, or to transact any other business.

C. In the event of a tie vote, the matter being voted upon shall be tabled to the next meeting of the board.

D. Special meetings of the board may be held after notice is given in compliance with the State Open Meeting Law.

E. All members of the board shall serve without additional compensation.

F. The board shall elect a Chairman and Vice Chairman from among its members at the first meeting of each calendar year.

G. The County Clerk shall serve as Clerk of the board. (Ord. 101 § 4, 1983)