(a) Except as provided by Subsection (b), a person who submits an original application
for a private club registration permit or a permit authorizing the retail sale of
alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption shall give written notice of the application
to each residential address and established neighborhood association located within
300 feet of any property line of the premises for which the permit is sought.
(b) The notice required by Subsection (a) does not apply to an application that contains
an application for a food and beverage certificate.
(c) The notice required by this section must be:
(1) delivered by mail at the applicant's expense;
(2) provided in English and a language other than English if it is likely that a substantial
number of residents in the area speak a language other than English as their familiar
(3) provided not earlier than the 14th day and not later than the 7th day before the
date the application is filed.
(d) The applicant shall submit with an application for a permit described by Subsection
(a) a list of each residential address provided notice under this section.
(e) The notice must be provided on a form prescribed by the commission and must contain:
(1) the type of permit and type of business for which the applicant has applied;
(2) the exact location of the place of business for which the permit is sought;
(3) the name of each owner of the business or, if the business is operated under an
assumed name, the trade name and the name of each owner;
(4) if the applicant is a corporation, the name and title of each officer; and
(5) a description of the procedure for protesting the application.
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