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Beer Definition Ordinance

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Reviewed Date: January 11, 2017

Original Author: 
Hardy, Pat
Date Created: 
Jan 5, 2017


Subjects:
Beer--Municipal ordinances
Beer--Laws and regulations

Beer Definition Ordinance

Summary: 
An ordinance changing the city's definition of beer to coincide with state definitions and altering distance regulations for beer sales.

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Ordinance No._________________


AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF MOSHEIM, TENNESSEE CHANGING THE DEFINITION OF BEER TO COINCIDE WITH STATE DEFINITIONS, AND ALTERING DISTANCE REGULATIONS FOR BEER SALES.

WHEREAS, legislation passed by the State of Tennessee in 2016 has altered the definition of beer; and,

WHEREAS, the Town of Mosheim would like to make their definitions coincide with those of the State of Tennessee; and,

WHEREAS, distance regulations related to beer and passed by the Town of Mosheim, have not been updated since 1997;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the Town of Mosheim, Tennessee, that:

Section 1. All prior ordinances of the Town of Mosheim, Tennessee referring to the definition of “beer” shall be changed to the following: The term “beer” shall be the same definition appearing in Tennessee Code Annotated section 57-5-101.

Section 2. All prior ordinances of the Town of Mosheim, Tennessee referring to distance requirements for the storage, sale, or manufacture of beer shall be changed to a distance requirement of 250 feet:

Section 3. This Ordinance shall take effect upon its final passage, the public welfare requiring it.

Approved on First Reading_____________________

Approved on Second Reading___________________

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Mayor Attest: City Recorder


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