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Resolution to Permit the Consumption of Alcohol in City Facilities for Certain City-Sponsored Events in the City of Baneberry, Tennessee

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Reviewed Date: December 10, 2019

Original Author: 
Hardy, Pat
Date of Material: 
Dec 10, 2019


Subjects:
Alcoholic beverages--Municipal resolutions

Resolution to Permit the Consumption of Alcohol in City Facilities for Certain City-Sponsored Events in the City of Baneberry, Tennessee

Summary: 
A resolution to permit the consumption of alcohol in city facilities for certain city-sponsored events in the City of Baneberry, Tennessee

Resolution to Permit the Consumption of Alcohol in City Facilities for Certain City-Sponsored Events in the City of Baneberry, Tennessee
RESOLUTION NO. ________

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF BANEBERRY, TENNESSEE PERMITTING THE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL IN CITY FACILITIES FOR CERTAIN CITY-SPONSORED EVENTS

WHEREAS, the City of Baneberry prohibits the consumption of alcohol in all city facilities and in city vehicles; and

WHEREAS, from time to time certain city-sponsored events are held, during which it is appropriate to allow for the consumption of alcohol:

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BANEBERRY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, THAT:

Section 1: The consumption of alcohol shall be permitted during certain city-sponsored events when such events have been formally established and approved by the Board of Commissioners in a regular meeting.

Section 2: All such events shall be subject to all provisions of the Community Center Policy Guidance document, except the alcohol provision of User Responsibilities tenant number 8.

Section 3. This Resolution shall take effect from and after its passage, the public welfare demanding it.
 
RESOLVED this ____________ day of ____________, 2019.
 
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                                   Mayor
 
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                            City Recorder
 


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