[Res. 080602-03, 8/6/2002]
Any applicant seeking an inter-municipal transfer or economic development license shall fill out the Township's application form which shall be available at the Township and shall contain a request for the following information:
Applicant name; address; telephone number; fax number; e-mail address.
Proposed location of the license to be transferred.
The name of the establishment sought to be licensed.
Type of license proposed to be transferred.
Current use of the proposed location.
Current zoning of the proposed location.
Proposed changes to use (if any).
Other locations owned or operated by the applicant which currently hold liquor licenses, including name, address, and license number of these establishments.
Whether applicant has even been cited with liquor law violations.
List of existing licenses in Collier Township which are inactive, in safekeeping and/or for sale, including name, address, and telephone number of contact person for each.
Certification by the applicant that the information contained in the application is true and correct; that the presentation of false information shall subject the applicant to possible arrest, fines, and imprisonment; and acknowledgment that submission of false information may constitute grounds for revocation of the liquor license.
The Township shall hold a public hearing in conformity with Act 141 of the Liquor Code, 47 P.S. § 1-101 et seq., and at the public hearing a court reporter shall be present to make a transcript of the hearing.
There shall be a fee accompanying the application in an amount as set by fee resolution, payable by the applicant to the Township at the time the application is filed. The applicant shall also bear the responsibility of the advertising costs and costs of stenographic recording of the public hearing held in conformity with Act 141 of the Liquor Code, 47 P.S. § 1-101 et seq., payable upon demand of the Township.
The Township shall have the right to post the property upon which the liquor license is sought but shall not be required to do so.