ORDINANCE NO. 338
|ORDINANCE NO. 338AOFFICIAL SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE 338
The City of Lester Prairie is hereby replacing 6.2 of the Lester Prairie Code, Intoxicating Liquor Licenses, and replacing it with an ordinance regarding the possession, sale and consumption of intoxicating liquor and 3.2 percent malt liquor. The replacing ordinance provides for the definition of terms, conditions of operation, restrictions on consumption, provisions relating to sales, hours of sale, and all other matters pertaining to the retail sale, distribution, and consumption of intoxicating liquor and 3.2 percent malt liquor, it includes but is not limited to the following: nudity on the premises of licensed establishments; consumption in public places; raffles, silent auctions and fund raising events for charitable purposes of wine, beer or intoxicating liquors; the number of licenses which may be issued; the term and expiration of licenses; the kinds of liquor licenses; license fees; council’s discretion to grant or deny a license; application for license; the description of premises; applications for renewal; transfer of license; investigation; hearing and issuance; restrictions on issuance; conditions of license; hours and days of sale; minors on premises; restrictions on purchase and consumption; suspension and revocation; and penalties.
This summary and the entire version of Ordinance 338 shall be in the Clerk’s office and available for inspection by any person during regular office hours.
Adopted this 13th day of June, 2017.
CITY OF LESTER PRAIRIE
By Eric Angvall, Mayor
By Marilyn L. Pawelk, Its City Clerk
Published in the Herald Journal June 16, 2017.