Be it known that the Town of Cold Spring, Jefferson County Wisconsin adheres to the Wis. State Statues, Chapter 125 relating to the sale of intoxicating liquor and fermented malt beverages.
Whereas, it is a priviledge to hold an intoxicating beverage license in the Town of Cold Spring.
Whereas Wis. State Statutes Chapter 125.10 authorizes any municipality to enact regulations incorporating any part of this chapter and may prescribe additional regulations for the sale of alcohol beverages, not in conflict with this chapter.
Now therefore be it hereby ordained by the Town Board of the Town of Cold Spring, Jefferson County, that no person shall be issued or re-issued any license, including a Class A or Class B Liquor License who has delinquent real estate taxes, personal property taxes, special charges or special assessments owed to the Town of Cold Spring or Jefferson County. This includes delinquent real estate taxes, personal property taxes, special charges or special assessments owed by holder of liquor license or on property where licensee’s place of business is located.
Now therefore be it also ordained by the Town Board of the Town of Cold Spring, Jefferson County, that the clerk be granted authority to issue provisional operators licenses (s. 125.17(5).
- May be issued to persons enrolled in the required beverage server training course or pending approval of license by the local governing body.
- Shall be good for 60 days.
- Cost to be set by the town board.
Now therefore be it also ordained by the Town Board of the Town of Cold Spring, Jefferson County, that upon board approval, the clerk shall issue a provisional retail license. Before provisional license is issued, applicant must be enrolled in the required beverage server training course and must meet all other license requirements. (s.125.185)
- May be issued only to persons applying for Class “A” beer, Class “B” beer, Class “A” liquor, Class “B” liquor authorizing only the activities allowed that type of license.
- Fee to be set by board, but may not exceed $15.00.
- A provisional license expires 60 days after issuance or when the person is issued a retail license. The license may be revoked by the municipal official if he or she discovers the holder made false statements in the application.
- A municipal official may not issue a provisional Class “B” license if the quota prohibits the issuance of such a license.
- No person may hold more than one provisional retail license for each type of license applied for per year.
This ordinance shall be effective upon adoption and publication.
Adopted this 1st day of August, 1996.
Lisle Piper, Jr (signed)
Town Board Chairman
Wesley G. Freeman (signed)
Town Board Supervisor
Lyle J. Pester (signed)
Town Board Supervisor
Dated August 1, 1996
Published August 8, 1996
Mary Ellen Findlay (signed)
Attest – Town Clerk