Knowledgebase-An Ordinance of the City of Cowan Designating the City Council as the Beer Board


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Title:An Ordinance of the City of Cowan Designating the City Council as the Beer Board
Summary:MTAS was asked to prepare an ordinance designating the city council as the beer board.
Original Author:Darden, Don
Co-Author:
Product Create Date:03/12/2003
Last Reviewed on::05/31/2017
Subject:Beer--Boards; Beer--Municipal ordinances; Alcoholic beverages--Municipal ordinances; Alcoholic beverages; Municipal ordinances; City council
Type:Ordinance
Original Document: An Ordinance Designating the City Council as the Beer Board.pdf

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Text of Document: An Ordinance Designating the City Council as the Beer Board.doc
CITY OF COWAN, TENNESSEE

ORDINANCE NO.____

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF COWAN DESIGNATING THE CITY COUNCIL AS THE BEER BOARD

WHEREAS, the City Council has for many years served as the Beer Board and records that would show that the City Council officially designated itself as the Beer Board are not available; and

WHEREAS, to eliminate any confusion, the City Council is by enactment of this ordinance officially designating itself as the “Beer Board: for the City of Cowan; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of Cowan, Tennessee as follows:

Section 1. The City Council is hereby designated as the Beer Board for the City of Cowan and is authorized to regulate the sale of beer.

Section 2. This ordinance shall become effective upon final passage, the public welfare requiring it.

Passed this:

First Reading:______________________________________
Second Reading:____________________________________
Third Reading:_____________________________________


_____________________________
Mayor


Attest:_____________________________
City Recorder

Please remember that this ordinance was drafted based upon the drafting requirements and authority granted to a particular city or town in its charter and in general law. These drafting requirements and the authority exercised in this ordinance might not apply to your city or town.

Please confer with your city attorney or an MTAS legal consultant, or both, before using this ordinance as a model.