'Regular' Licensees Should Be Aware Of 'Temporaries'

MARC MYERS | Attorney at Law
Published: 04/20/2004

Holders of C and D class liquor permits know that their permits are effective for one year at a time and allow them to sell alcoholic beverages six and possibly seven days a week. These ""regular"" permit holders may not be aware, however, that the Division of Liquor Control issues hundreds of ""temporary"" permits each year to organizations under certain conditions.