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Upon receipt of a complete application and the application fee, the county clerk shall set the application for public hearing at a regular meeting of the governing body of the county, not less than fifteen days nor more than thirty days thereafter, and shall give not less than ten days written notice thereof to the applicant. The clerk shall promptly give notice of the hearing and copies of the application to the state department of public safety, sheriff, the state division of health and the state fire marshal who shall investigate the application and report in writing to the governing body of the county not later than the hearing, with appropriate recommendations related to their official functions as to granting a license and the conditions for granting a license.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Missouri Revised Statutes Title XXI. Public Safety and Morals § 316.165. Public hearing on application, when held - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mo/title-xxi-public-safety-and-morals/mo-rev-st-316-165.html
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