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					                                                                                                 NEW APPLICATION
                                                                                                        Checklist – page 1
                                                                                                     City Clerk’s office 303-538-7230
                                                                                                              9500 Civic Center Drive
                                                                                                     Thornton, Colorado 80229-4326


 ONE COMPLETE SET OF DOCUMENTS MUST BE SUBMITTED FOR INITIAL REVIEW
 For final submittal one original set plus one copy (two if filing a concurrent application) must be submitted. Incomplete
  application documents will not be accepted. Allow six to eight weeks for background investigation and processing.
 This application packet is for a location that does not currently have a liquor license.
 Provide documents in order of the Checklist – pages 1 and 2 - Single-Sided - No Staples Please
 All documents and copies need to be legible and either typed or printed in BLACK ink on 8-1/2 x 11 size paper only.
 ALL documents must be properly executed and correspond with name of applicant exactly.
 Fees payable to the City of Thornton and Colorado Department of Revenue as listed on the fee schedule.

PLEASE COMPLETE AND SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:
           Appropriate City & State fees attached (see Fee Schedule). (If Concurrent Review is requested to allow the State
           to review the application at the same time as the City, include an additional $100.00 with the Colorado Department
           of Revenue fee).
           Colorado License Application (Choose One)
                     State Form DR-8404 - Colorado Liquor Retail License Application
                     State Form DR-8403 - Colorado Fermented Malt Beverage License Application
           Floor Plan of premises to be licensed (8-1/2" x 11" size only)
               Outline “Licensed Premises” in RED ink.
               Include square footage, occupancy and seating capacity (if applicable).
               Diagram needs to show seating and kitchen facilities for on-premises licenses and storage areas.
           State Form DR-8404-I - Individual History Record (each individual).

ATTACH CITY OR STATE INVESTIGATION DOCUMENTS (IF APPLICABLE):
           City Investigation
                     City Form 7 - Background Investigation Report (each individual).
                     City Investigation - City Form 12 - Authorization and Consent to Release Information (each individual).
                     Fingerprints Taken at Thornton Police Department 720-977-5140. Be sure to indicate to Thornton
                     Police Department (Records) that it is for a liquor/beer license. For individuals who are out of state,
                     please include two original fingerprint cards with the application documents.
           State Investigation
                     Master File letter (final letter clearing all individuals on the application must be submitted before the
                     application can be considered by the LLA) ( Fingerprints and City Forms 7 and 12 are not required).
           Purchase Agreements or Stock Transfer Agreements.
           Notes or Loans (assumed, banks, previous owner).
           Most recent bank statement for investment and business accounts.

ATTACH CORPORATE DOCUMENTS (IF APPLICABLE):
           Articles of Incorporation date stamped by Secretary of State (http://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/business/forms_main.html).
           Certificate of Good Standing issued by the Colorado Secretary of State within the past two years (for existing
           corporations).
           Minutes of Corporate Meeting (elections, resignations, stock breakdown).
           Stock Certificates (100%).
           List of Officers/Stockholders/Directors of Parent Corporation (if applicable).
                                                                                             NEW APPLICATION
                                                                                                          Checklist – page 2

ATTACH LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY DOCUMENTS (IF APPLICABLE):
        Articles of Organization date stamped by Secretary of State.
        Copy of operating agreement.
        Certificate of Authority (if foreign company).
        Minutes of meetings reflecting acceptance of new members.
ATTACH PARTNERSHIP DOCUMENTS (IF APPLICABLE):
        Partnership Agreement (not needed if Husband and Wife).
        Partnership Termination (if applicable).
ATTACH SOLE PROPRIETOR AND HUSBAND AND WIFE PARTNERSHIP DOCUMENTS (IF APPLICABLE):
        State Form DR-4679 – Affidavit – Restrictions on Public Benefits
        HB 1023, Immigration Law requires that you submit verification of lawful presence in the United States. To verify
        legal presence, please complete the Affidavit - Restrictions on Public Benefits and submit with a copy of one of the
        following documents:
            Colorado Driver’s license, or
            US Military Card or Military dependant’s card, or
            UN Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Card, or
            Native American Tribal Document

ATTACH THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS (ALL APPLICANTS):
        Provide a notarized affidavit stating establishment is not within 500 feet of a school - excluding 3.2% beer.
        Provide a signed copy of Deed or Lease covering entire license period, Assignment of Lease if applicable with
        consent and acceptance.
             The Lease must be in applicant's name (same entity name which appears on the application form and liquor
              license) and contain the address of the premises.
             Copies of the original lease must be submitted along with an Assignment of Lease, if applicable.
        City Form 5 - Zoning Referral signed by City Development Department.
        For Management other than licensee, refer to Manager's Registration Checklist and Instructions and submit
        appropriate forms – including the fingerprinting fee (excluding Retail Liquor Store & 3.2% Beer).

INSTRUCTIONS:
        Retain New Application Instructions, attached, to refer to throughout the application process.
        Contact City of Thornton Building Inspection Division 303-538-7250 to submit six sets of plans for review before
        starting construction and/or to obtain a Certificate of Occupancy. If a development permit is required it must be
        issued before a Certificate of Occupancy can be issued. The City Clerk’s office requires a copy of the Certificate of
        Occupancy AFTER approval of application and BEFORE licenses will be issued.
        A training video will be provided to applicants by the City Clerk’s office.
        Picture of posted hearing sign due one week before the hearing.
        Contact Tri-County Health Department 303-220-9200 for an inspection, if applicable, prior to licenses being
        issued.
        Contact City of Thornton Sales Tax Division 303-538-7400 to submit City Sales Tax License Application.
        State Sales Tax License (4-6 weeks to process)
         Contact Colorado Department of Revenue, 1375 Sherman Street, Room 112, Denver 303-238-7378
         (http://www.revenue.state.co.us/TPS_Dir/wrap.asp?incl=salestaxforms).
        Contact City Clerk’s office for an Amusement Device License Application (5 or more machines), if applicable.
                                                                                  (authority/forms/packet forms/new application/11.2011)
                                                                                         NEW APPLICATION
                                                                      City Clerk’s office – Instructions – page 3

DOCUMENT SUBMITTAL INSTRUCTIONS:

         ONE COMPLETE SET OF DOCUMENTS MUST BE SUBMITTED FOR INITIAL REVIEW
         For final submittal one original set plus one copy (two if filing a concurrent application) must be submitted.
          Incomplete application documents will not be accepted. Allow six to eight weeks for background investigation and
          processing.
      This application packet is for a location that does not currently have a liquor license.
      Provide documents in order of the Checklist – pages 1 and 2 - Single-Sided - No Staples Please
      All documents and copies need to be legible and either typed or printed in BLACK ink on 8-1/2 x 11 size paper
          only.
      ALL documents must be properly executed and correspond with name of applicant exactly.
      Fees payable to the City of Thornton and Colorado Department of Revenue as listed on the fee schedule.
     You may copy the City forms as needed. City and State forms are also available on the web site at
     http://www.cityofthornton.net/Departments/CityManager/CityClerk/Licensing/Pages/LLA_forms.aspx
     Contact Lucille Miller, Deputy City Clerk at 303-538-7215 if you have questions, need assistance, or to
     schedule an appointment for initial review.
     Obtain a Sales Tax License from both the City Sales Tax Division 303-538-7400; and the Colorado Department of
     Revenue (4-6 weeks to process) 303-238-7378, 1375 Sherman Street, Room 112, State Sales Tax License. The
     City and State can not issue the liquor/beer licenses until the sales tax licenses have been issued.
     Contact the Building Inspection Division 303-538-7250 to submit six sets of plans for review before starting
     construction. If a development permit is required it must be issued before a Certificate of Occupancy can be issued.
     The City can not issue the licenses until the Certificate of Occupancy has been issued.
     If changes are made to the floor plan after the LLA has considered the license application, a request to
     modify needs to be submitted for approval by the LLA and State.
     The Lease must be in applicant's name (same entity name which will appear on the application form and liquor
     license) and contain the address of the premises. Copies of the original signed lease must be submitted along with
     an Assignment of Lease.
     If the manager is not the same as the applicant, please submit the required documents from the Manager's
     Registration Checklist and Instructions – including the fingerprinting fee (excluding Retail Liquor Store & 3.2% Beer).
     If the City is performing the investigation all Officers, Directors, Stockholders, Members of Limited Liability
     Companies and Partnerships holding more than 10% interest, and Sole-Proprietors and/or Managers will need to be
     fingerprinted. Be sure to indicate to Thornton Police Department (Records) that it is for a liquor/beer license.
     For individuals who are out of state, please include two original fingerprint cards with the application documents.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
      The LLA Rules of Procedure and Chapter 42, Article II of the Thornton City Code are included in the packet for
      your information. You may also purchase a copy of the Colorado Liquor and Beer Code, from the State Forms
      Center, 4200 Garfield, Denver, Colorado 80216, telephone number 303-321-4164 (commodity number 615-82-66-
      1015), or from the City Clerk's office, telephone number 303-538-7230.
      If you have any exhibits or training materials you would like the LLA to consider, please provide nine copies at the
      hearing. It is the responsibility of the licensee to provide training for personnel involved in the sale and service of
      liquor and beer. In addition to the Thornton Police Department training video and classes, some vendors that
      have training programs include: Anheuser Busch (Training for Intervention Procedures by Servers – TIPS –
      www.buddenver.com), Phone: 303-289-3421; and Colorado Restaurant Association (ServSafe Alcohol), Phone:
      303-830-2972. A complete list of trainers that comply with State standards is on the State’s web site:
      http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/Rev-Liquor/LIQ/1211879838107
      Pursuant to State Statute 12-47-313(1)(c), the City Clerk's office needs verification that the establishment is
      properly zoned prior to accepting a new license application. Please complete the first three questions on City
      Form 5 - Zoning Referral, then submit it with a copy of the site plan to the City Development Department. Submit
      signed copies of this form with your application.
                                                                                               NEW APPLICATION
                                                                                                        Instructions – page 4


BOUNDARY, POSTING, AND PUBLISHING REQUIREMENTS

      After final submittal of the complete application documents - one original set plus one copy (two if filing a concurrent
      application), the City Clerk's office will notify the applicant of the public hearing date and boundaries of the
      neighborhood. The hearing date must be at least 30 days from the date of filing the application per State Statute;
      however, final submittal of documents must be made to the City Clerk's office six to eight weeks prior to the LLA
      meeting to allow sufficient time to complete the background investigation (meetings are generally held the third
      Wednesday of each month). If the boundaries are unacceptable the applicant has five days to notify the Deputy City
      Clerk and the matter will be scheduled for a boundary hearing at the next LLA meeting.

      The City Clerk’s office will publish the notice of hearing in the Northglenn/Thornton Sentinel two weeks prior to the
      hearing.

      The Applicant will need to post the public notice sign(s) prepared by the City Clerk's office on the proposed premises
      at least ten days prior to the public hearing and submit pictures of the posted sign(s) at least one week prior to the
      hearing.

      The Applicant needs to ensure that the sign(s) remain posted for at least ten consecutive days prior to the hearing
      including the hearing date and verify by completing the Posting Verification Affidavit (supplied by the City Clerk’s
      office), which includes the date posted, exact location, and daily log used to check the condition of the sign(s). The
      Affidavit needs to be notarized and submitted to the Deputy City Clerk just prior to the public hearing.

      If the City’s posting board is used to display the sign, it will need to be returned to the City Clerk’s office the day after
      the public hearing.

PUBLIC HEARING AND OTHER PROCEDURES

      The applicant must appear before the Authority when the public hearing is held for a new license.

      Please refer to the Public Hearing Procedures and Types of Relevant Evidence for Public Hearings included in the
      application packet.

      All applicants have the burden of proving (1) that the inhabitants of the neighborhood desire that a license be issued,
      and (2) that the reasonable requirements of the neighborhood are not being met by existing outlets (with the
      exception of club licenses), C.R.S. 12-47-301. Present your evidence in the form of verbal testimony, petitions, or
      other means to support this as concisely as possible, and avoid repetitive testimony.

      Petitions - One manner of showing the needs and desires is by circulating petitions within the designated relevant
      neighborhood as shown on the boundary map. Many applicants use a marketing survey firm to circulate petitions.
      Sample petitions are available in the City Clerk's office should you decide to do your own survey. Petitions are due
      no later than 5:00 p.m. the Friday prior to the hearing.

      Following the hearing - If approved by the LLA allow two months for the State to process the application, unless
      you have requested concurrent review. The State will mail the approved license to the City Clerk's office. Prior
      to issuance of licenses you will need to provide copies of the City Sales Tax License, Certificate of Occupancy,
      and Tri-County Health Department inspection to the City Clerk’s office.
                                                                                    (authority/forms/packet forms/new application/11.2011)
                                                                                   FEE SCHEDULE – Effective July 1, 2010
                                                                                                            FOR LIQUOR/BEER LICENSES
                                                                                                                 City Clerk’s office 303-538-7230
                                                                                                                          9500 Civic Center Drive
                                                                                                                 Thornton, Colorado 80229-4326

            NEW &/OR TRANSFER INVESTIGATION, APPLICATION, LICENSE (*PLUS ADDITIONAL FEES):                                       CITY                STATE

New Application Investigation/Application Fee (Non-refundable)                                                                     1000.00             1025.00
Transfer Application Investigation/Investigation Fee (Non-refundable)                                                               750.00             1025.00
3.2% Fermented Malt Beverage License                                                                                                    3.75               96.25
Beer & Wine License (Malt & Vinous)                                                                                                   48.75              351.25
Club License (Malt, Vinous & Spirituous)                                                                                              41.25              308.75
Hotel and Restaurant License (Malt, Vinous & Spirituous)                                                                              75.00              500.00
Retail Liquor Store - and/or - Liquor Licensed Drug Store (Malt, Vinous & Spirituous)                                                 22.50              227.50
Tavern License (Malt, Vinous & Spirituous)                                                                                            75.00              500.00
*Concurrent Review – New Application only (Optional – Non-refundable)                                                                                    100.00
*Temporary Permit for Transfer of Ownership only (Optional)                                                                         100.00
*Fingerprinting for each individual – if City performs investigation                                                                  38.50
*Manager's Registration - Hotel & Restaurant and Tavern (City amount includes fingerprinting fee)                                   113.50                 75.00
*Manager's Registration - Beer & Wine, Club, Etc. (amount includes fingerprinting fee)                                              113.50


NEW &/OR TRANSFER FEE TOTALS                                                                                                     CITY                STATE

NEW &/OR TRANSFER INVESTIGATION/APPLICATION FEE

NEW &/OR TRANSFER LICENSE FEE

*CONCURRENT REVIEW – NEW APPLICATIONS ONLY ($100.00 STATE – OPTIONAL)

*FINGERPRINTING ($38.50 EACH INDIVIDUAL IF CITY PERFORMS INVESTIGATION)

*MANAGER’S REGISTRATION ($113.50 CITY HR/TA/BW/CLUB - $75.00 STATE HR/TAVERN ONLY)

*TEMPORARY PERMIT FOR TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP ONLY ($100.00 CITY – OPTIONAL)

                                                                                                               TOTALS


RENEWAL FEES                                                                                                                     CITY                STATE

3.2% Fermented Malt Beverage License                                                                                                103.75                 96.25

Beer & Wine License (Malt & Vinous)                                                                                                 148.75               351.25

Club License (Malt, Vinous & Spirituous)                                                                                            141.25               308.75

Hotel and Restaurant License (Malt, Vinous & Spirituous)                                                                            175.00               500.00

Retail Liquor Store - and/or - Liquor Licensed Drug Store (Malt, Vinous & Spirituous)                                               122.50               227.50

Tavern License (Malt, Vinous & Spirituous)                                                                                          175.00               500.00

OTHER FEES                                                                                                                       CITY                STATE

Change of Corporate Structure – City Investigation - each individual (amount includes fingerprinting fee)                           138.50

Change of Corporate Structure – State Master File Investigation                                                                                          100.00

Change of Location                                                                                                                  750.00               150.00

Change of Trade/Corporate Name                                                                                                                             50.00

Petition fee for fine-in-lieu of suspension (Non-refundable)                                                                        250.00

Reissue City and/or State License                                                                                                       5.00               50.00

Replacement fee for Public Hearing Signs (each)                                                                                       15.00

Request to Change, Alter, or Modify Premises                                                                                          75.00              150.00

State Liquor Code (if purchased through City)                                                                                         25.00

Violation Signs (each)                                                                                                                  5.00
                                                                                                                 (authority/forms/packet forms/fee schedule/7.2010)
                                                                 LIQUOR & BEER LICENSING
                                                                       Information Brochure
                                                                             City Clerk’s office 303-538-7230
                                                                                      9500 Civic Center Drive
                                                                             Thornton, Colorado 80229-4326



Introduction                                           A background investigation will be conducted,
                                                       which usually takes approximately 45 days to
This Information Brochure is provided to give          complete.
new licensees a brief summary of information to
supplement the process pertaining to various           If requested by the applicant, a temporary permit
applications. If you need to apply for a change in     may be issued when a complete transfer of
the status of your license, please contact the City    ownership application is accepted to allow the
Clerk’s office first for the appropriate packet.       applicant to operate the establishment until the
                                                       Authority considers the application.
The City Clerk’s office can only accept complete
application   packets,     which     include   the     Change of Corporate/LLC Structure
appropriate fees for both the City of Thornton and
Colorado Department of Revenue.                        If you have a change in officers, directors or
                                                       stockholders within your Corporation, or a
When are Local Licensing Authority Meetings            change of members within your Limited Liability
                                                       Company (LLC), you will need to complete a
The Local Licensing Authority generally meets on       Report of Changes Form along with other
the third Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m.         documents as required by the State and City of
in the Council Chambers on the first floor of the      Thornton. These changes need to be reported to
City Hall. The applicant must appear before the        the Local Licensing Authority within 30 days after
Authority for all applications unless they have        they occur.
been approved administratively.
                                                       Manager’s Registration
Filing Renewals
                                                       Hotel and Restaurant, Tavern, Beer and Wine,
Approximately 90 days prior to the expiration          Club, Arts and Racetrack establishments are
date, you will receive a renewal application from      required to register a separate and distinct
the state. The two page application form (DR           manager, if this individual is not currently listed
8400 and DR 8401) needs to be filed with the           on the license as a corporate officer or member
Thornton City Clerk's office. The deadline for         of a LLC. If there has been a change in
filing renewals is 45 days prior to the expiration     management, a new registered manager needs
date. The City Clerk’s Office sends a reminder         to be designated within 30 days.
letter to licensees of active licenses as a courtesy
before the renewal is due. Please complete the         Modification of the Premises
first page of the reminder letter to reflect any
changes that have occurred and submit it with          If you want to make a physical change, alteration
your renewal. To avoid any processing delay, it is     or modification that materially or substantially
recommended that the renewal be filed prior to         alters the licensed premises, the State and City
the 45-day deadline.                                   Liquor Codes require that written approval be
                                                       obtained first from both City and State Licensing
Transfer of Ownership Application                      Authorities. Before any change is made you will
                                                       need to contact the City Clerk’s office for an
If there will be a transfer of possession or           application, which can only be processed after
ownership of the licensed premises by the              plans have been approved by the Building
purchase, transfer or sale of the premises or by       Inspection Division.
operation of law, the applicant must file
application forms provided by the City Clerk.
                                                                  LIQUOR & BEER LICENSING
                                                                 Information Brochure - Continued


Examples of changes requiring prior approval           Training Opportunities
include:
                                                       As you are aware, it is the responsibility of the
•   Any increase or decrease in the total size or      licensee to provide training for personnel involved
    capacity of the licensed premises;                 in the sale and service of liquor and beer. There
•   Sealing off, creation of or relocation of a        are various organizations that offer formal training
    common entryway or doorway which permits           that covers pertinent topics such as acceptable
    access to the licensed premises from or            identification and how to identify behavior of a
    between public streets, adjacent or abutting       customer who may be intoxicated.
    buildings, rooms or premises;
•   Enlargement or relocation of a bar or addition     A complete list of trainers that comply with State
    of a separate bar; or                              standards is on the State’s web site:
•   Any material change in the interior of the         http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/Rev-
    premises that changes the basic character of       Liquor/LIQ/1211879837950. Some organizations
    the premises or physical structure.                that offer training include:

Remodeling which does not require approval             •   Anheuser Busch (Training for Intervention
includes such things as painting and redecorating;         Procedures by Servers – TIPS –
installing or replacing electric fixtures; plumbing;       www.buddenver.com), Phone: 303-289-0731
refrigeration; air conditioning; heating equipment;    •   Colorado Restaurant Association (ServSafe
lowering ceilings; installing or replacing carpet or       Alcohol), Phone: 303-830-2972.
other floor covering; or replacing furniture and
equipment.                                             Please contact the individual organization for more
                                                       information concerning the cost and how to
In instances where an expansion involves the           schedule a class.
outside of the establishment, such as the addition
of a patio, it may be necessary to receive approval    In addition, the Thornton Police Department has
for a Development Permit through the City              produced a training video and holds classes
Development Department. If a permit is required, it    twice a year. The video may be picked up from
must be obtained before the Local Licensing            the City Clerk’s office on the second floor of City
Authority considers the application for Modification   Hall. For information about the Police
of the Premises.                                       Department training classes, please contact
                                                       Detective Chad Parker at 720-977-5092.
Change of Location
                                                       Amusement Device Licenses
To change the location of a license, you must
submit an application to the City Clerk first. All     The City of Thornton requires businesses,
applications are subject to the same procedures        including liquor/beer-licensed establishments that
and requirements as for the issuance of a new          have five or more amusement devices to obtain
license, except that the background investigation      an amusement device license. The annual fees
regarding the applicant is not required.               are $35 per machine and the term of the license
                                                       coincides with the liquor license.
Change of Trade Name or Corporate Name
                                                       Amusement Device is defined as being any
To change the corporate name or trade name of          machine or device that is played for a fee which
an establishment or business to which the              is directly or indirectly charged, or operated with
license is issued, the required forms need to be       a coin, token, slug, ticket or otherwise, and
submitted to the City Clerk’s office at least ten      includes the payment of a general admission
days prior to the change.                              charge in order to play such devices.


                                                                     (Authority/Forms - Packet & Meeting/City Liquor Forms/Liquor & Beer Licensing Information Brochure)
                                                                LIQUOR & BEER LICENSING
                                                                Information Brochure - Continued


An amusement device is considered to be played        Internet Sites for Liquor Licensing
for entertainment of the player or to test a skill,
such as video games, darts, pool, etc.                The LLA web site has links to Chapter 42, Article
Amusement devices do not include such things          II of the City Code, the Rules of Procedure, City
as bowling lanes, vending machines, juke boxes        and State forms, checklists and instructions for
or rides for small children.     To receive an        filing various applications, as well as the
application for an amusement device license call      Agendas and Minutes from current and previous
303-538-7230.                                         meetings. You can access this information at
                                                      www.cityofthornton.net/cclk/LLA/LLA_Information
Compliance Checks                                     .asp.

The Thornton Police Department periodically           The State’s web site for Liquor/Beer Licensing is
conducts law compliance checks, which is a            www.colorado.gov/revenue/liquor, which contains
controlled buy, at all liquor establishments to       State Liquor and Beer Codes, application forms,
ensure compliance with Colorado Liquor Code           information pamphlets, and answers to frequently
Laws and Regulations. Compliance checks are           asked questions.
conducted due to a concern by the City and its
Police Department about the possibility of            State Liquor Publications
alcoholic beverages reaching the hands of
juveniles in the community. Compliance checks         As you may recall, you received several one-
are also an effort to identify and target juveniles   page information sheets with your license
purchasing alcohol and individuals who purchase       application packet. The publications, produced
it for juveniles. When identified, those juveniles    by the State Liquor Enforcement Division, are
will be issued a summons or arrested when             brief information sheets that cover topics of
appropriate.                                          interest to licensees, such as:

A summons may also be issued to a server for a              age requirements for employees
liquor code violation. However, the State Liquor            valid proof of age
Code gives the licensee of a liquor establishment           hours during which liquor may be sold
the responsibility for employees selling to                 food service requirements
juveniles or for other violations of the Liquor             where alcohol may be consumed
Laws or Regulations that occur on the licensed              signs of alcohol intoxication
premises. If violations are proven to have
occurred, sanctions will probably be imposed          The publications can also be accessed on the
against the Liquor License when appropriate and       State    Liquor    Enforcement     web  site:
in accordance with the Local Licensing Authority      www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/Rev-
guidelines.                                           Liquor/LIQ/1209635768193.

Please ensure that you and your staff are always
compliant with Liquor Code Laws and
Regulations.




                                                                   (Authority/Forms - Packet & Meeting/City Liquor Forms/Liquor & Beer Licensing Information Brochure)
                                                                                    ZONING REFERRAL
                                                                                                                         Form 5
                                                                                         City Clerk’s office 303-538-7230
                                                                                                  9500 Civic Center Drive
                                                                                         Thornton, Colorado 80229-4326


             Applicant - complete the first three questions, check appropriate box, and submit
        this form with a copy of the site plan of the premises to the City Development Department
 Return the signed form with your application to the Deputy City Clerk in the City Clerk's office

                                  Applicant – Complete this Section Only
Business Name:

Business Address:

Type of License applying for:

Is the existing building going to be expanded/enlarged?                            Yes                           No

                New License             Change of Location             Modification of Premises

                 To Be Completed & Signed By City Development / Zoning Division
Zoning for the property is:

Is the property zoned for the type of license applied for?                         Yes                           No

Will the Development Review Process be required for this application?              Yes                           No

If so, what type of Development Permit is required?                                Major                         Minor


If a review is scheduled, please indicate the anticipated hearing date for the
Development Permits and Appeals Board (DPAB)*:



Is there sufficient parking for the proposed use?




Comments:




*If this matter goes to DPAB, please attach the staff report and minutes.
City Development/Zoning Division Signature:                                      Date:

                                                                                          (authority/forms/city liquor forms/form 05/3.2010)
DR 8404 (05/07/09) Page 1
COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
LIQUOR ENFORCEMENT DIVISION
                                                                                                                                    21                  DEPARTMENT USE ONLY


DENVER CO 80261                                                COLORADO LIQUOR
                                                           RETAIL LICENSE APPLICATION


            NEW LICENSE                       TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP                                     LICENSE RENEWAL

 •     ALL ANSWERS MUST BE PRINTED IN BLACK INK OR TYPEWRITTEN
 •     APPLICANT MUST CHECK THE APPROPRIATE BOX(ES)
 •     LOCAL LICENSE FEE $ __________________________
 •     APPLICANT SHOULD OBTAIN A COPY OF THE COLORADO LIQUOR AND BEER CODE (Call 303-370-2165)
 1. Applicant is applying as a
                                                                                                                                             Individual
           Corporation                                                                                                                       Limited Liability Company
           Partnership (includes Limited Liability and Husband and Wife Partnerships)                                                        Association or Other
 2. Applicant If an LLC, name of LLC; if partnership, at least 2 partner's names; if corporation, name of corporation                               Fein Number


 2a. Trade Name of Establishment (DBA)                                                                                State Sales Tax No.           Business Telephone

 3. Address of Premises (specify exact location of premises)


City                                                                         County                                              State              ZIP Code


 4. Mailing Address (Number and Street)                                      City or Town                                        State              ZIP Code


 5. If the premises currently have a liquor or beer license, you MUST answer the following questions:
Present Trade Name of Establishment (DBA)                      Present State License No.    Present Class of License Present Expiration Date


LIAB        SECTION A                 NONREFUNDABLE APPLICATION FEES                                 LIAB        SECTION B (CONT.)                           LIQUOR LICENSE FEES
 2300        Application Fee for New License ............................... $1,025.00               1985       Resort Complex License (City) ................................. $500.00
 2302        Application Fee for New License -                                                       1986       Resort Complex License (County) ............................ $500.00
             w/Concurrent Review ................................................. $1,125 00         1988       Add Related Facility to Resort Complex ... $ 75.00 X ____ Total            ___
 2310        Application Fee for Transfer ...................................... $1,025.00           1990       Club License (City) ................................... $308.75
                                                                                                     1991       Club License (County) .............................. $308.75
                                                                                                     2010       Tavern License (City) ............................... $500.00
 LIAB        SECTION B                                        LIQUOR LICENSE FEES                    2011       Tavern License (County) .......................... $500.00
                                                                                                     2012       Manager Registration - Tavern ................. $ 75.00
 1905        Retail Gaming Tavern License (City) ............................          $500.00
                                                                                                     2020       Arts License (City) .................................... $308.75
 1906        Retail Gaming Tavern License (County) .......................             $500.00
                                                                                                     2021       Arts License (County) ............................... $308.75
 1940        Retail Liquor Store License (City) .................................      $227.50
                                                                                                     2030       Racetrack License (City) .......................... $500.00
 1941        Retail Liquor Store License (County) ............................         $312.50
                                                                                                     2031       Racetrack License (County) ..................... $500.00
 1950        Liquor Licensed Drugstore (City) ..................................       $227.50
                                                                                                     2040       Optional Premises License (City) ............. $500.00
 1951        Liquor Licensed Drugstore (County) .............................          $312.50
                                                                                                     2041       Optional Premises License (County) ........ $500.00
 1960        Beer and Wine License (City) .......................................      $351.25
                                                                                                     2045       Vintners Restaurant License (City) ........... $750.00
 1961        Beer and Wine License (County) ..................................         $436.25
                                                                                                     2046       Vintners Restaurant License (County) ...... $750.00
 1970        Hotel and Restaurant License (City) .............................         $500.00
                                                                                                     2220       Add Optional Premises to H & R .............. $100.00 X ____ Total         ___
 1971        Hotel and Restaurant License (County) ........................            $500.00
                                                                                                     2370       Master File Location Fee .......................... $ 25.00 X ____ Total   ___
 1975        Brew Pub License (City) ...............................................   $750.00
                                                                                                     2375       Master File Background ............................ $250.00 X ____ Total   ___
 1976        Brew Pub License (County) ..........................................      $750.00
 1980        Hotel and Restaurant License w/opt premises (City) ....                   $500.00
 1981        Hotel and Restaurant License w/opt premises (County)                      $500.00
 1983        Manager Registration - H & R .......................................      $ 75.00
                                             DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE - FOR DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE USE ONLY
                                                                                  LIABILITY INFORMATION

                                                            Industry Type                                                                                           License Issued Through
         County                       City                                                   License Account Number                         Liability Date
                                                                                                                                                                        (Expiration Date)
                                                                                                                                                FROM                           TO


           State                             City                            County                          Managers Reg
     _____-750 (999)               2180-100 (999)                     2190-100 (999)                    ______-750 (999)           3210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321
                                                                                                                                                                                         1
                                                                                                                                   3210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321
                                                                                                                                   3210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321
                                                                                                                                   3210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321
                                                                                                                                   3210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321
                                                                                                                                   321098765432109876543212109876543210987654321098765432
                                                                                                                                   3210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321
                   Cash Fund New License                                                Cash Fund Transfer License
                                                                                                                                                             TOTAL
                      2300-100                                                              2310-100
                        (999)                                                                 (999)
                                                                                                                                     $
                                                                                                                                                                         •
DR 8404 (05/07/09) Page 2
                                           APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
                                          CHECKLIST AND WORKSHEET

Instructions: This check list should be utilized to assist applicants with filing all required documents for licensure. All documents must
be properly signed and correspond with the name of the applicant exactly. All documents must be typed or legibly printed. Upon final State
approval the license will be mailed to the local licensing authority. Application fees are nonrefundable.

 ITEMS SUBMITTED, PLEASE CHECK ALL APPROPRIATE BOXES COMPLETED OR DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED

I.     APPLICANT INFORMATION
          A. Applicant/Licensee identified.
          B. State sales tax license number listed or applied for at time of application.
          C. License type or other transaction identified.
          D. Return originals to local authority.
          E. Additional information may be required by the local licensing authority.


II.    DIAGRAM OF THE PREMISES
          A. No larger than 8 1/2" X 11".
          B. Dimensions included (doesn't have to be to scale). Exterior areas should show control (fences, walls, etc.).
          C. Separate diagram for each floor (if multiple levels).
          D. Kitchen - identified if Hotel and Restaurant.


III.   PROOF OF PROPERTY POSSESSION
          A. Deed in name of the Applicant ONLY (or)
          B. Lease in the name of the Applicant ONLY.
          C. Lease Assignment in the name of the Applicant (ONLY) with proper consent from the Landlord and acceptance by the Applicant.
          D. Other Agreement if not deed or lease.


IV.    BACKGROUND INFORMATION AND FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS
         A. Individual History Record(s) (Form DR 8404-I).
         B. Fingerprints taken and submitted to local authority. (State authority for master file applicants.)
         C. Purchase agreement, stock transfer agreement, and or authorization to transfer license.
         D. List of all notes and loans.


V.     CORPORATE APPLICANT INFORMATION (If Applicable)
         A. Certificate of Incorporation (and/or)
         B. Certificate of Good Standing if incorporated more than 2 years ago.
         C. Certificate of Authorization if foreign corporation.
         D. List of officers, directors and stockholders of parent corporation (designate 1 person as "principal officer").


VI.    PARTNERSHIP APPLICANT INFORMATION (If Applicable)
          A. Partnership Agreement (general or limited). Not needed if husband and wife.


VII.   LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY APPLICANT INFORMATION (If Applicable)
          A. Copy of articles of organization (date stamped by Colorado Secretary of State's Office).
          B. Copy of operating agreement.
          C. Certificate of Authority (if foreign company).


VIII. MANAGER REGISTRATION FOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, TAVERN LICENSES WHEN INCLUDED WITH THIS
APPLICATION
        A. $75.00 fee.
        B. Individual History Record (DR 8404-I).
DR 8404 (05/07/09) Page 3

 6.    Is the applicant (including any of the partners, if a partnership; members or manager if a limited liability company; or officers, stock-     Yes No
       holders or directors if a corporation) or manager under the age of twenty-one years?
 7.    Has the applicant (including any of the partners, if a partnership; members or manager if a limited liability company; or officers,
       stockholders or directors if a corporation) or manager ever (in Colorado or any other state);
       (a) been denied an alcohol beverage license?
       (b) had an alcohol beverage license suspended or revoked?
       (c) had interest in another entity that had an alcohol beverage license suspended or revoked?
       If you answered yes to 7a, b or c, explain in detail on a separate sheet.

 8.    Has a liquor license application (same license class), that was located within 500 feet of the proposed premises, been denied within the
       preceding two years? If "yes," explain in detail.

 9.    Are the premises to be licensed within 500 feet of any public or private school that meets compulsory education requirements of
       Colorado law, or the principal campus of any college, university or seminary?
10.    Has a liquor or beer license ever been issued to the applicant (including any of the partners, if a partnership; members or manager if a
       limited liability company; or officers, stockholders or directors if a corporation)? If yes, identify the name of the business and list any
       current or former financial interest in said business including any loans to or from a licensee.
11.    Does the Applicant, as listed on line 2 of this application, have legal possession of the premises by virtue of ownership, lease or other
       arrangement?
           Ownership          Lease        Other (Explain in Detail)
a. If leased, list name of landlord and tenant, and date of expiration, EXACTLY as they appear on the lease:
      Landlord                                               Tenant                                                            Expires


Attach a diagram and outline or designate the area to be licensed (including dimensions) which shows the bars, brewery, walls, partitions,
entrances, exits and what each room shall be utilized for in this business. This diagram should be no larger than 8 1/2" X 11". (Doesn't have
to be to scale)

12.    Who, besides the owners listed in this application (including persons, firms, partnerships, corporations, limited liability companies),
       will loan or give money, inventory, furniture or equipment to or for use in this business; or who will receive money from this business.
       Attach a separate sheet if necessary.
                       NAME                              DATE OF BIRTH               FEIN OR SSN                                 INTEREST




       Attach copies of all notes and security instruments, and any written agreement, or details of any oral agreement, by which
       any person (including partnerships, corporations, limited liability companies, etc.) will share in the profit or gross proceeds of
       this establishment, and any agreement relating to the business which is contingent or conditional in any way by volume,
       profit, sales, giving of advice or consultation.
13.    Optional Premises or Hotel and Restaurant Licenses with Optional Premises                                                                     Yes No
       Has a local ordinance or resolution authorizing optional premises been adopted?

Number of separate Optional Premises areas requested.                                   (See License Fee Chart)
14.     Liquor Licensed Drug Store applicants, answer the following:
           (a) Does the applicant for a Liquor Licensed Drug Store have a license issued by the Colorado Board of                                    Yes No
               Pharmacy? COPY MUST BE ATTACHED.

15.     Club Liquor License applicants answer the following and attach:
          (a) Is the applicant organization operated solely for a national, social, fraternal, patriotic, political or athletic purpose and          Yes No
               not for pecuniary gain?
          (b) Is the applicant organization a regularly chartered branch, lodge or chapter of a national organization which is
               operated solely for the object of a patriotic or fraternal organization or society, but not for pecuniary gain?
           (c) How long has the club been incorporated?                          (d) Has applicant occupied an establishment for three years
               (Three years required) __________                                      that was operated solely for the reasons stated above?

16.     Brew-Pub License or Vintner Restaurant Applicants answer the following:                                                                      Yes No
          (a) Has the applicant received or applied for a Federal Permit?
              (Copy of permit or application must be attached)

17a. Name of Manager (for all on-premises applicants) ________________________________________ (If this is an                      Date of Birth
     application for a Hotel, Restaurant or Tavern License, the manager must also submit an Individual History Record (DR 8404-I).
17b. Does this manager act as the manager of, or have a financial interest in, any other liquor                                                      Yes No
     licensed establishment in the State of Colorado? If yes, provide name, type of license and account number.

18.    Tax Distraint Information. Does the applicant or any other person listed on this application and including its partners, officers,
       directors, stockholders, members (LLC) or managing members (LLC) and any other persons with a 10% or greater financial interest               Yes No
       in the applicant currently have an outstanding tax distraint issued to them by the Colorado Department of Revenue?
       If yes, provide an explanation and include copies of any payment agreements.
DR 8404 (05/07/09) Page 4

19.    If applicant is a corporation, partnership, association or limited liability company, applicant must list ALL OFFICERS, DIRECTORS,
       GENERAL PARTNERS, AND MANAGING MEMBERS. In addition applicant must list any stockholders, partners, or members with OWNER-
       SHIP OF 10% OR MORE IN THE APPLICANT. ALL PERSONS LISTED BELOW must also attach form DR 8404-I (Individual History record),
       and submit finger print cards to their local licensing authority.
                  NAME                                                       HOME ADDRESS, CITY & STATE                                                              DOB                 POSITION              % OWNED*




  *If total ownership percentage disclosed here does not total 100% applicant must check this box
         Applicant affirms that no individual other than these disclosed herein, owns 10% or more of the applicant

 Additional Documents to be submitted by type of entity
         CORPORATION                            Cert. of Incorp.                     Cert. of Good Standing (if more than 2 yrs. old)                                     Cert. of Auth. (if a foreign corp.)
        PARTNERSHIP                            Partnership Agreement (General or Limited)                                          Husband and Wife partnership (no written agreement)
        LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY                                      Articles of Organization                          Cert. of Authority (if foreign company)                               Operating Agrmt.
         ASSOCIATION OR OTHER                           Attach copy of agreements creating association or relationship between the parties
Registered Agent (if applicable)                                                                   Address for Service


                                                                                        OATH OF APPLICANT
I declare under penalty of perjury in the second degree that this application and all attachments are true, correct, and complete
to the best of my knowledge. I also acknowledge that it is my responsibility and the responsibility of my agents and employees
to comply with the provisions of the Colorado Liquor or Beer Code which affect my license.
Authorized Signature                                                         Title                                                                                                     Date




                       REPORT AND APPROVAL OF LOCAL LICENSING AUTHORITY (CITY/COUNTY)
Date application filed with local authority                                                              Date of local authority hearing (for new license applicants; cannot be less
                                                                                                         than 30 days from date of application 12-47-311 (1)) C.R.S.


 THE LOCAL LICENSING AUTHORITY HEREBY AFFIRMS:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Yes   No
 That each person required to file DR 8404-I (Individual History Record) has:
      Been fingerprinted .........................................................................................................................................................................................
      Been subject to background investigation, including NCIC/CCIC check for outstanding warrants ...............................................................

 That the local authority has conducted, or intends to conduct, an inspection of the proposed premises to ensure that the applicant is in
 compliance with, and aware of, liquor code provisions affecting their class of license .......................................................................................
 (Check One)
      Date of Inspection or Anticipated Date _____________________________________
      Upon approval of state licensing authority.

  The foregoing application has been examined; and the premises, business to be conducted, and character of the applicant are satisfactory.
  We do report that such license, if granted, will meet the reasonable requirements of the neighborhood and the desires of the adult inhabitants,
  and will comply with the provisions of Title 12, Article 46 or 47, C.R.S. THEREFORE, THIS APPLICATION IS APPROVED.

Local Licensing Authority for                                                                                  Telephone Number                                                          TOWN, CITY
                                                                                                                                                                                         COUNTY
Signature                                                                      Title                                                                                       Date


Signature (attest)                                                             Title                                                                                       Date
                                                                                                                        21
DR 8403 (03/19/09)
COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
LIQUOR ENFORCEMENT DIVISION
1375 SHERMAN STREET
DENVER CO 80261

                         COLORADO FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGE
                            (3.2% BEER) LICENSE APPLICATION

            NEW LICENSE                      TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP                         LICENSE RENEWAL

 •     ALL ANSWERS MUST BE PRINTED IN BLACK INK OR TYPEWRITTEN
 •     APPLICANT MUST CHECK THE APPROPRIATE BOX(ES)
 •     LOCAL LICENSE FEE $ __________________________
 •     APPLICANT SHOULD OBTAIN A COPY OF THE COLORADO LIQUOR AND BEER CODE (Call 303-370-2165)                                          DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE

 1. Applicant is applying as a

          Corporation                                        Partnership (includes Limited Liability and Husband and Wife Partnerships)

          Individual                                         Limited Liability Company                                       Association or Other

 2. Applicant(s) If an LLC, name of LLC; if partnership, at least 2 partners' names; if corporation, name of corporation Fein Number


 2a. Trade Name of Establishment (DBA)                                                                     State Sales Tax No.          Business Telephone

 3. Address of Premises (specify exact location of premises)


City                                                                 County                                          State             ZIP Code


 4. Mailing Address (Number and Street)                              City or Town                                    State             ZIP Code


 5. If the premises currently have a liquor or beer license, you MUST answer the following questions:
Present Trade Name of Establishment (DBA)                      Present State License No.    Present Class of License Present Expiration Date


 LIAB               SECTION A NONREFUNDABLE APPLICATION FEES                             LIAB                SECTION B                       3.2% BEER LICENSE FEES


 2300               Application Fee for New License                     $ 1,025.00       2121                 Retail 3.2% Beer On-Premises (City)                 $ 96.25

 2302               Application Fee for New License -                                    2124                 Retail 3.2% Beer On-Premises (County)               $ 117.50
                    w/Concurrent Review                                 $ 1,125.00
                                                                                         2122                 Retail 3.2% Beer Off-Premises (City)                $ 96.25
 2310               Application Fee for Transfer                        $ 1,025.00       2125                 Retail 3.2% Beer Off-Premises (County)              $ 117.50

                                                                                         2123                 Retail 3.2% Beer On/Off Premises (City)             $ 96.25

                                                                                         2126                 Retail 3.2% Beer On/Off Premises (County)           $ 117.50

                                                                                         2370           Master File Location Fee ...... $ 25.00 x ______ Total ________

                                                                                         2375           Master File Background ........ $ 250.00 x ______ Total ________


                                            DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE - FOR DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE USE ONLY

                                                                        LIABILITY INFORMATION

                                                     Industry Type                                                                                    License Issued Through
         County                      City                                       License Account Number                          Liability Date
                                                                                                                                                          (Expiration Date)
                                                                                                                                   FROM                          TO


           State                            City                                    County
     _____-750 (999)               2180-100 (999)                             2190-100 (999)                                                                                  1
                                                                                                                       3210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321
                                                                                                                       3
                                                                                                                                                                              1
                                                                                                                       3210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321
                                                                                                                       3210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321
                                                                                                                         21098765432109876543212109876543210987654321098765432
                                                                                                                         21098765432109876543212109876543210987654321098765432
                                                                                                                       3210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321
                                                                                                                       3
                   Cash Fund New License                                   Cash Fund Transfer License
                                                                                                                                                 TOTAL
                      2300-100                                                 2310-100
                        (999)                                                    (999)

                                                                                                                                                          •
DR 8403 (03/19/09) Page 2
                                            APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
                                           CHECKLIST AND WORKSHEET

Instructions: This check list should be utilized to assist applicants with filing all required documents for licensure. All documents must
be properly signed and correspond with the name of the applicant exactly. All documents must be typed or legibly printed. Upon final State
approval the license will be mailed to the local licensing authority. Application fees are nonrefundable.

 ITEMS SUBMITTED, PLEASE CHECK ALL APPROPRIATE BOXES COMPLETED OR DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED

I.      APPLICANT INFORMATION
           A. Applicant/Licensee identified.
           B. State sales tax license number listed or applied for at time of application.
           C. License type or other transaction identified.
           D. Return originals to local authority.
           E. Additional information may be required by the local licensing authority.


II.     DIAGRAM OF THE PREMISES
           A. No larger than 8 1/2" X 11".
           B. Dimensions included (doesn't have to be to scale). Exterior areas should show control (fences, walls, etc.).
           C. Separate diagram for each floor (if multiple levels).
           D. Kitchen - identified if Hotel and Restaurant.


III.    PROOF OF PROPERTY POSSESSION
           A. Deed in name of the Applicant ONLY (or)
           B. Lease in the name of the Applicant ONLY.
           C. Lease Assignment in the name of the Applicant (ONLY) with proper consent from the Landlord and acceptance by the Applicant.
           D. Other Agreement if not deed or lease.


IV.     BACKGROUND INFORMATION AND FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS
          A. Individual History Record(s) (Form DR 8404-I).
          B. Fingerprints taken and submitted to local authority. (State authority for master file applicants.)
          C. Purchase agreement, stock transfer agreement, and or authorization to transfer license.
          D. List of all notes and loans.


V.      CORPORATE APPLICANT INFORMATION (If Applicable)
          A. Certificate of Incorporation (and/or)
          B. Certificate of Good Standing if incorporated more than 2 years ago.
          C. Certificate of Authorization if foreign corporation.
          D. List of officers, directors and stockholders of parent corporation (designate 1 person as "principal officer").


VI.     PARTNERSHIP APPLICANT INFORMATION (If Applicable)
           A. Partnership Agreement (general or limited). Not needed if husband and wife.


VII.    LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY APPLICANT INFORMATION (If Applicable)
           A. Copy of articles of organization (date stamped by Colorado Secretary of State's Office).
           B. Copy of operating agreement.
           C. Certificate of Authority (if foreign company).


VIII. MANAGER REGISTRATION FOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, TAVERN LICENSES WHEN INCLUDED WITH THIS
APPLICATION
        A. $75.00 fee.
        B. Individual History Record (DR 8404-I).
DR 8403 (03/19/09) Page 3


 6.   Is the applicant (including any of the partners, if a partnership; members or manager if a limited liability company; or officers, stock-        Yes No
      holders or directors if a corporation) or manager under the age of twenty-one years?
 7.   Has the applicant (including any of the partners, if a partnership; members or manager if a limited liability company; or officers,
      stockholders or directors if a corporation) or manager ever (in Colorado or any other state);                                                    Yes No
      (a) been denied an alcohol beverage license?
      (b) had an alcohol beverage license suspended or revoked?
      (c) had interest in another entity that had an alcohol beverage license suspended or revoked?
      If you answered yes to 7a, b or c, explain in detail on a separate sheet.
                                                                                                                                                       Yes No
 8.   Has a 3.2 beer license for the premises to be licensed been denied within the preceding one year? If "yes," explain in detail.

 9.   Has a liquor or beer license ever been issued to the applicant (including any of the partners, if a partnership; members or manager if a
      limited liability company; or officers, stockholders or directors if a corporation)? If yes, identify the name of the business and list any      Yes No
      current or former financial interest in said business including any loans to or from a licensee.

10.   Does the Applicant, as listed on line 2 of this application, have legal possession of the premises by virtue of ownership, lease or other        Yes No
      arrangement?
           Ownership          Lease        Other (Explain in Detail)
a. If leased, list name of landlord and tenant, and date of expiration, EXACTLY as they appear on the lease:
    Landlord                                                  Tenant                                                          Expires


Attach a diagram and outline or designate the area to be licensed (including dimensions) which shows the bars, brewery, walls, partitions,
entrances, exits and what each room shall be utilized for in this business. This diagram should be no larger than 8 1/2" X 11". (Doesn't have
to be to scale)

11.   Who, besides the owners listed in this application (including persons, firms, partnerships, corporations, limited liability companies),
      will loan or give money, inventory, furniture or equipment to or for use in this business; or who will receive money from this business.
      Attach a separate sheet if necessary.
                            Name                          Date of Birth              FEIN or SSN                                  Interest




      Attach copies of all notes and security instruments, and any written agreement, or details of any oral agreement, by which
      any person (including partnerships, corporations, limited liability companies, etc.) will share in the profit or gross proceeds of
      this establishment, and any agreement relating to the business which is contingent or conditional in any way by volume,
      profit, sales, giving of advice or consultation.
                                                                                                                                                  Date of Birth

12. Name of Manager for all on and on/off applicants. _________________________________________________________

13. Does this manager act as the manager of, or have a financial interest in, any other liquor                                                         Yes No
    licensed establishment in the State of Colorado? If yes, provide name, type of license and account number.

14. Tax Distraint Information. Does the applicant or any other person listed on this application and including its partners, officers,
                                                                                                                                                       Yes No
    directors, stockholders, members (LLC) or managing members (LLC) and any other persons with a 10% or greater financial interest in
    the applicant currently have an outstanding tax distraint issued to them by the Colorado Department of Revenue?
    If yes, provide an explanation and include copies of any payment agreements.
DR 8403 (03/19/09) Page 4

15.     If applicant is a corporation, partnership, association or a limited liability company, applicant must list ALL OFFICERS, DIRECTORS,
        GENERAL PARTNERS, AND MANAGING MEMBERS. In addition applicant must list any stockholders, partners, or members with OWNER-
        SHIP OF 10% OR MORE IN THE APPLICANT. ALL PERSONS LISTED BELOW must also attach form DR 8404-I (Individual History
        Record), and submit finger print cards to their local licensing authority.
Name                                                  Home Address, City & State                                                                                Date of Birth          Position                      % Owned*




         * If total ownership percentage disclosed here does not total 100%, applicant must check this box
         Applicant affirms that no individual, other than those disclosed herein, owns 10% or more of the applicant

Additional Documents to be submitted by type of entity
          CORPORATION                            Cert. of Incorp.                     Cert. of Good Standing (if more than 2 yrs. old)                                     Cert. of Auth. (if a foreign corp.)
         PARTNERSHIP                             Partnership Agreement (General or Limited)                                         Husband and Wife partnership (no written agreement)
         LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY                                      Articles of Organization                          Cert. of Authority (if foreign company)                               Operating Agrmt.
          ASSOCIATION OR OTHER                           Attach copy of agreements creating association or relationship between the parties

Registered Agent (if applicable)                                                                    Address for Service


                                                                                         OATH OF APPLICANT
I declare under penalty of perjury in the second degree that this application and all attachments are true, correct, and complete
to the best of my knowledge. I also acknowledge that it is my responsibility and the responsibility of my agents and employees
to comply with the provisions of the Colorado Liquor or Beer Code which affect my license.
Authorized Signature                                                          Title                                                                                                     Date


                                REPORT AND APPROVAL OF LOCAL LICENSING AUTHORITY (CITY/COUNTY)
Date application filed with local authority                                                               Date of local authority hearing (for new license applicants; cannot be less
                                                                                                          than 30 days from date of application 12-47-311 (1)) C.R.S.


 THE LOCAL LICENSING AUTHORITY HEREBY AFFIRMS:
 That each person required to file DR 8404-I (Individual History Record) has:                                                                                                                                    Yes     No
      Been fingerprinted .........................................................................................................................................................................................


      Been subject to background investigation, including NCIC/CCIC check for outstanding warrants ...............................................................

 That the local authority has conducted, or intends to conduct, an inspection of the proposed premises to ensure that the applicant is in
 compliance with, and aware of, liquor code provisions affecting their class of license .......................................................................................

 (Check One)
      Date of Inspection or Anticipated Date _____________________________________
      Upon approval of state licensing authority.

  The foregoing application has been examined; and the premises, business to be conducted, and character of the applicant are satisfactory.
  We do report that such license, if granted, will meet the reasonable requirements of the neighborhood and the desires of the adult inhabitants,
  and will comply with the provisions of Title 12, Article 46 or 47, C.R.S. THEREFORE, THIS APPLICATION IS APPROVED.
Local Licensing Authority for                                                                                   Telephone Number                                                          TOWN, CITY
                                                                                                                                                                                          COUNTY
Signature                                                                       Title                                                                                       Date


Signature (attest)                                                              Title                                                                                       Date
DR 8404-I (07/25/11)
COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
LIQUOR ENFORCEMENT DIVISION
1881 PIERCE STREET RM 108A
DENVER CO 80261
                                          INDIVIDUAL HISTORY RECORD
To be completed by the following persons, as applicable: sole proprietors; general partners regardless of percentage ownership,
and limited partners owning 10% or more of the partnership; all principal officers of a corporation, all directors of a corporation,
and any stockholder of a corporation owning 10% or more of the outstanding stock; managing members or officers of a
limited liability company, and members owning 10% or more of the company; and any intended registered manager of
Hotel and Restaurant or Tavern class of retail license.


 NOTICE: This individual history record requires information that is necessary for the licensing investigation or inquiry. All questions
 must be answered in their entirety or the license application may be delayed or denied. If a question is not applicable, please indicate
 so by “N/A”. Any deliberate misrepresentation or material omission may jeopardize the license application.

1. Name of Business


2. Your Full Name (last, first, middle)                                                          3. List any other names you have used.


 4. Mailing address (if different from residence)


5. List current residence address. Include any previous addresses within the last five years (attach separate sheet if necessary).
                   STREET AND NUMBER                                             CITY, STATE, ZIP                           FROM                   TO
 Current


 Previous


6. List all employment within the last five years. Include any self employment. (Attach separate sheet if necessary)
  NAME OF EMPLOYER OR BUSINESS ADDRESS (STREET, NUMBER, CITY, STATE, ZIP)                                     POSITION HELD            FROM             TO




7. List the name(s) of relatives working in or holding a financial interest in the Colorado alcohol beverage industry.
       NAME OF RELATIVE                         RELATIONSHIP TO YOU                         POSITION HELD                    NAME OF LICENSEE




 8. Have you ever applied for, held, or had an interest in a Colorado Liquor or Beer License, or loaned money, furniture, fixtures, equipment or
 inventory to any licensee? If yes, answer in detail.
                                                                                 Yes        No




 9. Have you ever received a violation notice, suspension, or revocation for a liquor law violation, or have you applied for or been denied a liquor or beer
 license anywhere in the United States? If yes, explain in detail.
                                                                                 Yes       No
10. Have you ever been convicted of a crime or received a suspended sentence, deferred sentence, or forfeited bail for any offense in criminal or military court
or do you have any charges pending? (If yes, explain in detail.)
   Yes        No




11. Are you currently under probation (supervised or unsupervised), parole, or completing the requirements of a deferred sentence? (if yes, explain in detail.)
    Yes       No



12. Have you ever had any professional license suspended, revoked, or denied? (If yes, explain in detail.)
    Yes       No



                                                      PERSONAL AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION
                      Unless otherwise provided by law, the personal information required in question #13 will be treated as confidential.
                                   The personal information required in question #13 is solely for identification purposes.
13a. Date of Birth           b. Social Security Number SSN               c. Place of Birth                                                     d. U.S. Citizen?
                                                                                                                                                   Yes      No
e. If Naturalized, State where                                           f. When                                   g. Name of District Court


h. Naturalization Certificate Number      i. Date of Certification       j. If an Alien, Give Alien’s Registration Card Number   k. Permanent Residence Card Number


  l. Height    m. Weight n. Hair Color o. Eye Color       p. Sex             q. Race    r. Do you have a current Driver’s License? If so, give number and state
                                                                                             Yes     No
14. Financial Information.

a. Total purchase price $                                               (if buying an existing business) or investment being made by the applying entity, corporation,

partnership, limited liability company, other $

b. List the total amount of your investment in this business including any notes, loans, cash, services or equipment, operating capital,

stock purchases or fees paid $
c. Provide details of the Investment described in 14.b. You must account for all of the sources of this investment. Attach a separate sheet if needed.
Type: Cash, Services or Equipment                                                           Source                                           Amount




d. Loan Information (attach copies of all notes or loans)
  Name of Lender                                                             Address                              Term                Security               Amount




                                                                        Oath of Applicant
I declare under penalty of perjury that this application and all attachments are true, correct, and complete to the best of my knowledge.
Authorized Signature                                                 Title                                                                Date
DR 4679 (09/21/06)
COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE




             AFFIDAVIT - RESTRICTIONS ON PUBLIC BENEFITS




 I, ______________________________________________________________ , swear or affirm under penalty of
 perjury under the laws of the State of Colorado that (check one):



                            I am a United States citizen.


                            I am not a United States citizen but I am a Permanent Resident of the United States.

                            I am not a United States citizen but I am lawfully present in the United States pursuant
                            to Federal law.

                            I am a foreign national not physically present in the United States.




 I understand that this sworn statement is required by law because I have applied for a public benefit. I understand
 that state law requires me to provide proof that I am lawfully present in the United States prior to receipt of this public
 benefit. I further acknowledge that making a false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representation in this sworn
 affidavit is punishable under the criminal laws of Colorado as perjury in the second degree under Colorado Revised
 Statute 18-8-503 and it shall constitute a separate criminal offense each time a public benefit is fraudulently received.

 Signature                                                      Date
DR 8442 (09/14/07) Page 1
COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE                                                                                   21
DENVER, COLORADO 80261
                                                   PERMIT APPLICATION
                                                  & REPORT OF CHANGES

 CURRENT LICENSE NUMBER _________________________________
 ALL ANSWERS MUST BE PRINTED IN BLACK INK OR TYPEWRITTEN
 LOCAL LICENSE FEE $ ____________________________
 APPLICANT SHOULD OBTAIN A COLORADO LIQUOR & BEER CODE BOOK
 TO ORDER CALL (303) 370-2165                                                                                                     DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE

1. Applicant is a                                                                                                                  PRESENT LICENSE NUMBER

        Corporation                                               Individual
        Partnership                                               Limited Liability Company
2. Name of Licensee                                                               3. Trade Name




4. Location Address




City                                                                              County                                                 ZIP




               Select the appropriate section below and proceed to the instructions on page 2.
              SECTION A – MANAGER REG/CHANGE                                                                           SECTION C
                                                                                       1)   2210-100 (999) Retail Warehouse Storage Permit (ea) ...... $ 100.00

                                                                                       2)   2200-100 (999) Wholesale Branch House Permit (ea) .......... 100.00
 • License Account No. _______________________________
                                                                                       3)   2260-100 (999) Change Corp or Trade Name Permit (ea) ....... 50.00
1983-750 (999)       Manager's Registration (Hotel & Restr.) ........ $75.00
                                                                                       4)   2230-100 (999) Change Location Permit (ea) ........................ 150.00
2012-750 (999)       Manager's Registration (Tavern)................... $75.00
                                                                                       5)   2280-100 (999) Change, Alter or Modify Premises
                     Change of Manager (Other Licenses) ........ NO FEE
                                                                                                             $150.00 x ______ Total Fee ___________________
2315-100 (999)       Concurrent Review ..................................... $100.00
                                                                                       6)   2220-100 (999) Addition of Optional Premises to Existing H/R

                 SECTION B – DUPLICATE LICENSE                                                               $100.00 x ______ Total Fee ___________________

                                                                                       7)   1988-100 (999) Addition of Related Facility to Resort Complex
• LIQUOR LICENSE No. _______________________
                                                                                                             $75.00 x ______ Total Fee ___________________
  2270-100 (999) DUPLICATE LICENSE ..................................... $ 50.00
                                                                                       8)   2340-100 (999) Bed and Breakfast Permit .............................. 50.00

                       DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE – FOR DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE USE ONLY

          DATE LICENSE ISSUED                                    LICENSE ACCOUNT NUMBER                                                PERIOD




                                                                                            TOTAL
                     -750 (999)                                    -100 (999)                                                                         ▲
DR 8442 (09/14/07) Page 4

 CHANGE OF MANAGER           9. Change of Manager or to Register the Manager of a Tavern or a Hotel and Restaurant liquor license.
                                       (a) Change of Manager (attach Individual History DR 8404-I H/R and Tavern only)
                                          Former manager's name _________________________________________________________
                                          New manager's name ___________________________________________________________
                                       (b) Compensation of Mgr. _________________ Date of Emp. ________________ Exp. Date _________________
                                          Has manager ever managed a Liquor licensed establishment?               Yes          No
                                          Does manager have a financial interest in any other liquor licensed establishment?           Yes         No
                                          If yes, give name and location of establishment ____________________________________________________
                                          __________________________________________________________________________________________


                            10. Bed and Breakfast Permit
                                    • Attach a copy of a deed or lease in the exact name of the applicant only, reflecting possession of the permitted area
                                      for at least the minimum duration of this permit (1 year from date of issuance).
                                    • Attach a diagram of the premises which accurately reflects the area where alcohol beverages will be stored, served,
                                      possessed or consumed.
                                    1. Applicant is a:
 BED AND BREAKFAST PERMIT




                                              Corporation                                           Partnership
                                              Individual                                            Limited Liability Company
                                    2. Name of Applicant _____________________________________________________________________________
                                    3. Trade Name of Establishment (DBA) _______________________________________________________________
                                    4. Address of Premises (specify exact location) ________________________________________________________
                                    5. State Sales Tax Number _____________________________ Business Phone (______) _____________________

                            Pursuant to 12-47-410, C.R.S., Applicant hereby states that it qualifies for a Bed and Breakfast Permit, in order to serve
                            complimentary alcohol beverages, and certifies to the State Licensing Authority:
                            _______ That it has no more than 20 sleeping rooms, and
                            _______ That it provides at least 1 meal per day at no charge other than for overnight lodging, and
                            _______ That it does not sell alcohol beverages by the drink or in sealed containers, and
                            _______ That it will not serve alcohol beverages for more than 4 hours in any one day, as follows:

                             MONDAY HOURS          TUESDAY HOURS     WEDNESDAY HOURS THURSDAY HOURS        FRIDAY HOURS        SATURDAY HOURS      SUNDAY HOURS
                            From:            m.   From:         m. From:           m. From:           m. From:            m. From:            m. From:        m.
                              To:            m.     To:         m.     To:         m.       To:       m.    To:           m.    To:           m.    To:       m.

                                                                             OATH OF APPLICANT
I declare under penalty of perjury in the second degree that I have read the foregoing application and all attachments thereto,
and that all information therein is true, correct, and complete to the best of my knowledge.
Signature                                                                           Title                                              Date



                                     REPORT AND APPROVAL OF LOCAL LICENSING AUTHORITY (CITY / COUNTY)
     The foregoing application has been examined and the premises, business conducted and character of the applicant is satisfactory, and we
     do report that such permit, if granted, will comply with the applicable provisions of Title 12, Articles 46 and 47, C.R.S., as amended.
                                                  THEREFORE, THIS APPLICATION IS APPROVED.

Local Licensing Authority (City or County)                                                                          Date filed with Local Authority

Signature                                                                           Title                                              Date



                                                             REPORT OF STATE LICENSING AUTHORITY
                              The foregoing has been examined and complies with the filing requirements of Title 12, Article 47, C.R.S., as amended.

Signature                                                                           Title                                              Date
                                                                     COMMERCIAL
                                                              APPLICATION PACKET
Finance Department                                                                        Sales Tax Division
9500 Civic Center Drive                                                                         303-538-7400
Thornton, Colorado 80229-1220                                                              FAX 303-538-7556
                                                                                      www.cityofthornton.net


Welcome to the Thornton business community!

Enclosed is the paperwork necessary to obtain a Sales and Use Tax Business License and apply for a
certificate of occupancy with the City of Thornton. Every business operating within the City must obtain a
new business certificate of occupancy and a Sales and Use Tax Business License regardless of the
nature of the business. The license is free and the application consists of four parts:

1.   Application for Sales and Use Tax Business License - this form provides general information
     regarding your business. Please be certain to complete every line on the application. A license will
     be issued within 3 - 4 weeks of applying. You will also receive a supply of sales and use tax returns
     for you to file. Tax returns are due by the 20" business day of the month following the end of your
     assigned reporting period. It is important to note that a return must be filed for          reporting
     period, even if there is no tax due for that period. For your convenience you may file your on-time
     tax return online at www.citvofthornton.net.

2.   Thornton Initial Use Tax Return for a New Business - this form explains use tax and provides you
     with the opportunity to report any use taxable purchases you may have made up to this point. If you
     have no liability at this time, simply enter zero on this form. If you need additional information
     regarding use tax and how to determine your liability, please call the number above.

3.   Commercial Occupation License Questionnaire - the information provided on this form will enable
     the City Development Department to determine if your intended business activity complies with City
     Zoning ordinances. Please answer each question as it applies to your business. If there is a
     concern regarding zoning approval, the City will contact you.

4.   Certificate of Occupancy Application - Upon review of this application by City planning staff, a City
     Building Inspector will contact you to arrange an inspection of your location to ensure compliance
     with City Building Codes and to issue a Certificate of Occupancy (CO). You must obtain a CO prior
     to opening for business. A new CO is required even if you are only taking over an existing business.
      If you have already obtained a city Building Permit for constnrction work at your location, this CO
     application is not required. A separate check for the $25.00 CO fee is due when this application is
     submitted.

The City of Thornton tax rate is 3.75%. The total tax rate in Thornton is 8.6% and consists of the City rate
of 3.75%, an additional 4.1 0% for State tax and 0.75% for Adams County. The City collects only the
3.75% portion. The remaining 4.85% must be remitted on your State tax return (contact the Colorado
Department of Revenue at 303-238-7378 for State licensing and reporting information). You must collect
sales tax of 8.6% on all taxable sales made within the City. Enclosed is a map showing the City
boundaries for your reference.

Additional information, forms and the City's Taxation Code can be obtained on the City's web site at
www.citvofthornton.net. If you prefer, City staff are available to answer your questions in person during
regular business hours.

Thank you and good luck with your business.
                                                                                                                                                        FOR CITY USE ONLY
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                                                                                                                                     Bdness Stat Data

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                             Sales Tax Division
                                                                                                                                     NAlC
                             9500 Civic Center Drive
                             Thomton, CO 80229-4326                                                                                  Bus N&e

                             Phone 303-538-7400 Fax 303-538-7556                                                                     h n t Number




    APPLICATION FOR SALES AND
    USE TAX BUSINESS LICENSE
    PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT NEATLY
     Trade Name - DBA                                                                                                                        Business Phone No.
                                                                                                                                             (        )
                                                                                                                                         I
     Taxpayer Name (Owner, Partners, Corporate, or LLC) (Last, First, Middle)



     BusinessAddress                                                                          'm                                             State                      Zip +4



     MailingAddress (if different)                                                            City                                           State                      Zip+4



     Contact PersonlRegisteredAgent                                                           Title                                          Phone No.
                                                                                                                                             (         )
                                                                                                                                              Email
                                                                                         I                                               I
     REASON FOR FILING APPLICATION:
     OOriginal ApplicationNewOwnership                                                       OChange in Ownership Structure- Desaibe:



(1 TYPE OF OWNERSHIP:           (check      one)                                                                                                                                       I1
     Olnd'vidual                OCorporation              OPartnership            n o t h e r (Specrfy)

    Check business location type:                        1lCommercial Establishment                           1lPrivate Residence                O N o Thomton Location (vending-in)

                                 n~
    Location of records: (check ol one)
    OSame as business location address             OSame as mailing address     mother
    N P E OF BUSINESS:
    OWholesaler ORetail - Sales OConsumer - Use                     OSingle Event - Period Covered                                  Total No. of Employees
    OMultiple Event                                                  (MOIDAYNR)                                                      in Thomton
                                     Event Location
    Type of Service PmvidedKype of MerchandiseSold (be specific):


    Date business was purchased or date that business began operating in Thomton:
                                                                                                                                                                                       I
    Name of previous owner or business at present location:
                                                                                                                                                                                       I
         Check here if your company creates its own tax returns and does not need the City to supply them.
                                                                                                                                                                                       I
I   O l f Seasonal, mark each
       business month.
                                            OJan         OFeb       OMar         OApril          OMay      OJune      OJuly         OAug         OSept         OOct       ONov

                                                                                                                                                                                       I
                                                                                (Complete Reverse Side of this Page)
  ADDITIONAL LEASED EQUIPMENT, VENDING MACHINE, OR AMUSEMENT DEVICE LOCATIONS:

                  Name of Thornton Business Location                                                  Address                           No. of machines or pieces of leased
                                                                                                                                               equipment at location




         PRIVILEGED AND/OR CONFIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
                                NAMES AND HOME ADDRESSES OF OWNERS, PARTNERS, OFFICERS, OR MEMBERS OF LLC (Must Be Completed)
                     Name                              Date of Birth         Address (street, city, state, zip wde)         Phone Number                 %owned and title




 Bank Name                                                                                                             Bank Account No.
                                                                                                                      Type of Account     .


 Bank Address




 Federal Employer Identification No. (FEIN) or SS#                Colorado State License No.                           Drivers License No. (Sole ProprietorsOnly)


 FILING FREQUENCY: If average tax owed is:
 ~$25.001month less - Annually
             or                                      OUnder $1001month- Quarterly                 ~$1001monlh more - Monthly
                                                                                                            or                                UWholesale only - Annually



                                                                                                                                                           iy
"I declare, under penalty of perjuly, that this application has been examined by me and the statements made herein are made in good faith pursuant to the Ct of Thomton
 tax laws and, to the best of my knowledge and belief, are true, wmect and complete."

APPLICANT: (PLEASE PRINT)

APPLICANT'S SIGNATURE:

TITLE:                                                                                                       DATE:
                                                THORNTON INITIAL USE TAX RETURN FOR A NEW BUSINESS
                                                      OR ACQUISI'TION OF AN EXISTING BUSINESS

CITY OF THORNTOIV, COLORADO                                                                               COMPLETE AND RETURN ORIGINAL COPY
SALES TAX DEPARTMENT                                                                                           MAKE COPY FOR YOUR RECORDS
9500 Civic Center Drive
Thomton, Colorado 80229-4326

THE CITY OF THORNTON SALES AND USE TAX ORDINANCE LEVIES A 3.75% USE TAX UPON:
a) Tarlgible personal property purchased for         use
                                                    (i.e, items not for resale) in the operation of your business within the corporate limits of
   Thornton, when no City sales tax was paid at the time of purchase; and
b) Tangible personal property (except inventory for resale) acquired through the purchase of a "going or existing business" within the corporate
   limits of Thomton.
          To determine if Thornton's 3.75% use tax is due, examine the Purchase Agreement andlor all invoice copies of tangible
          personal property purchased. If the Purchase Agreement andlor invoices do not include 3.75% sales tax for the City of
          Thomton, as well as all Colorado State collected sales taxes, then those items should be included on the sched~~le       below.
          Some common items subject to the tax are, but not limited to, furniture, fixtures, office equipment, machinery, shelving,
          cabinets, preprinted forms, books, factory supplies, office supplies, cleaning supplies, brochures, and leases or rentals of any
          equipment. If you have questions on the taxability of specific items, contact the City Sales Tax Department at 303-538-7400.
Please schedule below all tangible personal property brought into the City or purchased and delivered to your new Thornton business location.
(If necessary, attach additional listings and enter the total amount on the "Total Cost" line below.) If you have purchase documents which show
that City tax has been paid attach copies and enter "none" on the "Tax Due" line. In order for this return to be properly reviewed, please
enclose copies of all invoices andlor other supportinsr documentation.

            Purchase Date                      Name of Vendor                                 Description of Item                          $ Cost
    1
    2
    3
   4
   5
   6
   7
   8
   9
   10

          PLEASE NOTE
          THIS RETURN MUST BE PROPERLY SIGNED                                      Total Cost                                $
          AND RETURNED TOGETHER WITH THE AMOUNT                                    TAX DUE 3.75% of Total Cost               $
          DUE, IF ANY, ON OR BEFORE THE TWENTIETH
          (20TH) DAY OF THE MONTH FOLLOWING THE                                    IF RETLIRN IS FILED AFTER THE DLlE DATE, THEN ADD:
          DATE OF PURCHASE.                                                        Penalty: 10%of Tax              $
                                                                                   Interest: 37% per month         $
                                                                                   Total Due:                      $
I hereby certify this is a complete list reflecting the total cost of all taxable tangible personal property initially purchased or brought into the City for use
in Thomton by the business named below:
Business Name:                                                                      Signature:
Address:                                                                            Title:
                                                                                    Date:
                      CITY OF THORNTON ZONING
                                  COMMERCIAL OCCUPATION
                                   LICENSE QUESTIONNAIRE

(Please Print)
Business Name:                                                  Phone No.:
Business Address:
Name of Property Owner:
Applicant's Name:
PLEASE ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS
1. Describe the type of business
    Will there be any outdoor storage or display associated with the business?
    If yes, explain
2. Is this business a new use for this location?
    If yes, what was the previous use?
3. If the activity is a restaurant, what is the total seating capacity?
4. How many parking spaces are currently provided for your use?
5. Will the business be an adult amusement establishment, adult book store, adult photo
   studio, or an adult theater?
6. All wall signs and most freestanding signs require a building permit; this includes replacing
   sign copy, installing new signs, placing banners, or other temporary signs. Identify the size
   and location of all signs that will be on the property. (Use back if needed).



7. Will there be any changes to the landscaping, parking lot or outside portion of the building?
   (Explain)



I understand that the continued permission of this license is dependent upon me abiding by all
regulations of the Municipal Code of the City of Thornton. The information stated above is to
the best of my knowledge true and accurate.


Applicant's Signature                          Phone Number                     Date

                                     FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

ZONE:                                                                     PERMIT #:

COMMENTS:



APPROVEDIDISAPPROVED                   BY:                                    DATE:
Certificate of Occupancy Application
City of Thornton
9500 Civic Center Drive
Thornton, Colorado 80229

  Important Information Please Read and Understand: A Certificate of Occupancy (CO) is required
  for any business that has changed ownership or changed location. A CO is also required when the type of
  business changes, even though the location and ownership remains the same. This application is the first step
  toward receiving your CO. This application is not applicable to spaces that will be modified or new structures.
  This application will be reviewed by the Building Division and the Planning Department for compliance with the
  applicable codes. Upon approval, a permit will be issued and an inspection scheduled. A Certificate of
  Occupancy will be issued when the final inspection has been approved.
  Please submit this application to the Finance Department                                   Fee: $25.00


Street Address of Building:                                                             Unit #

Mailing Address (If Different):

City:                                                              State:                      Zip:

Name of Business:                                                                     Phone:

Name of OwnerIOperator:

Type of Business:                                                  Opening Date:

Will there be any changes to the electrical system?                                 Circle one        Yes   No

Will there be any changes to the plumbing system?                                   Circle one        Yes   No

Will there be any changes to the heating or cooling system?                         Circle one        Yes   No

Is the building equipped with a fire sprinkler system?                              Circle one        Yes   No

Is the building equipped with a tire alarm system?                                  Circle one        Yes   No

Will there be any changes to the fire sprinkler or alarm system?                    Circle one        Yes   No

Will there be any changes to the site or exterior of the building?                  Circle one        Yes   No

What is the principle use of the space you will occupy?

What was the previous use of the space you will occupy?

What is the space to the left of your space used for?

What is the space to the right of your space used for?

What is the space behind your space used for?

Please Note: A final building inspection is required to be approved before a CO is issued. Please call
303-538-7250 to arrange for an inspection.

                                           FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
 Use Group:                                                                 Fee Paid:
 Tenant Improvement Required: Yes            No                             Fee Refund:
 Approved by:                                                               Date:


                                                                                                        Page 1 of 2
                                    Business CO Floor Plan




Feet I n c h e s




                                                   Feet I n c h e s


   Building Address:                                 Business Name:


   Instructions:
       1. Measure the width and depth of the space you will be occupying and place the
          measurements in the appropriate boxes above.
      2. Draw in the location of all interior partition walls.
      3. Draw in the location and size of all exit doors.
      4. Label each room with its use.
      5. Draw in the restrooms
                                                                                     Page 2 of 2
                                                                                                             OMB NO. 1513-01 12 (1213112008)
                                                        DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
                                    ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO TAX AND TRADE BUREAU (TTB)
                       Alcohol Dealer Registration - For Use On and After July 1, 2008
                                     (Please read instructions carefully before completing this form)
                                           SECTION 1 - IDENTIFYING INFORMATION
                                  Complete all fields in section I to correctly identify your business
 NAME (Last, First, Middle) or CORPORATE NAME (If Corporation)          EMPLOYER IDENTIFlCATlON NUMBER (See Instructions)


 MAILING ADDRESS (Street address or P. 0. Box)

                                                                              CITY
 SELECT BOX a, b, or c:
                                             c.          EXISTING BUSINESS WITH
    a.    NEW BUSINESS                                CHANGE IN: (comnlete items below)
                                                                                                [7 OWNERSHIP INFO
                                                                  1       .

    b. (OUT OF BUSINESS                                                                     '
                                                              NAME ITRADE NAME
                                                              ADDRESS 1 LOCAT~ON                    EMPLOYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
 DATE OF CHANGE, OR OF ENTRY
 INTO BUSINESS, OR OF -rERIVIINATION                          BUSINESS CLASS                        (OLD:      -                         )
 OF BUSINESS ( ~ m l d d l y y y y )                          PHONE                                 (NEW:       -                        )

                             SECTION 2 - BUSlNESS CLASS(ES) AND PREMISES LOCATIONS
                                                                                                        ate
                          Enter information below for each business location, usina the a ~ ~ r o ~ r iclass code
 DEALERCLASS                                                      /SUBCLASS                                                        CLASS CODE
RETAIL DEALER (Anyone who sells, or offers for sale,          i~iquors (Distilled Spirits, Wine or Beer)                       I             11
beverage alcohol products to any person other than a dealer.                                                                                 12
Examples are package stores, restaurants, bars, private
                                                               Beer Only
clubs, fraternal organizations, grocery stores or supermarkets Liquors (Distilled Spirits, wine or Beer) - At Large*                         15
which sell such beverages.)                                                                                                                  16
                                                               Beer Only - At Large*
WHOLESALE DEALER (Anyone who sells, or offers for                                                                                            31
                                                                      Liquors (Distilled Spirits, Wine, or Beer)
sale, beverage alcohol products to another dealer. An
IMPORTER must register as a wholesaler if he or she sells
beverage alcohol products to other dealers.)                          Beer Or~ly                                                             32

* A retail dealer at large is one whose business requires him to move from place to place, such as a circus or carnival.

  CLASS                                          PREMISES ADDRESS                               CITY, STATE,                   TELEPHONE
  CODE             TRADE NAME                 STREET NUMBER AND NAME                             ZIP CODE                        NUMBER

                                                                                                                           (         )


                                                                                                                           (         )


                                                                                                                           (         )


                                                                                                                           (         )


                                                                                                                           (         )


Under penalties of perjury, I declare that the statements in this registration are true and correct to the best of my
knowledge and belief; that this registration applies only to the specified business and location or, where the registration is
for more than one location, it applies only to the businesses at the locations specified on the attached list.
SIGNATURE                                             TITLE                                                             DATE

                                                  I                                                                 I

TTB F 5630.54 (0712008)                                           Page 1 of 2
                                                                                                                   OMB NO. 1513-0112 (12131120081
                                                 SECTION 3 - OWNERSHIP INFORMATION
       INDIVIDUAL OWNER                 PARTNERSHIP               CORPORATION                LLC          OTHER (Specify)
  FULL NAME                                     RESIDENCE ADDRESS                                                   POSlTlOlV


 FULL NAME                                      RESIDENCE ADDRESS                                                   POSITION


 FULL NAME                                      RESIDENCE ADDRESS                                                   POSITION


 FULL NAME                                      RESIDENCE ADDRESS                                                   POSITION


 FULL NAME                                     RESIDENCE ADDRESS                                                    POSITION


                                                                   INSTRUCTIONS

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS                                                              SEC'I'ION 2 - PREMISES LOCATIONS
This registration is for use on and after July 1, 2008. If you are                Enter the requested information in Section 2 for each premises location
engaged in one or more of the alcohol activities listed on this form, you         even if this repeats the business information listed in Section 1. If you
are required to file this form before beginning business. If there is a           are reporting a change, enter the date of the change in the appropriate
change in your business, you need to report it on or before the next              space in Section 1. If additional sheets are needed, make a copy of
July 1 (see CHANGES IN OPERATIONS, below). You may file one                       page 1 of this form or enter the requested information on a separate
registration to cover several locations or several types of activity              sheet of paper with your EIN and Company's name.
operating under the same Employer Identification Number (EIN).
                                                                                  SECTION 3    - OWNERSHIP INFORMATION
NOTE: The special (occupational) tax on producers and marketers of                Please complete the ownership information in Section 3. Supply the
alcohol beverages was repealed by Section 11125 of Public Law 109-                information specified for each individual owner, partner or responsible
59, effective July 1, 2008. However, tax liability and the registration           person. For a corporation, partnership or association, a responsible
requirement for periods before that date remain. If you need to file a            person is anyone with the power to control the management policies or
delinquent or amended registration for a period through June 30, 2008,            buying or selling practices pertaining to alcohol. For a corporation,
please use TTB Form 5630.5a, Alcohol Special (Occupational) Tax                   association, or similar organization, it also means any person owning
Registration and Return - For Periods Ending On or Before June 30,                10 percent or more of the outstanding stock in the business.
2008.
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case of a corporation or LLC, an individual authorized to sign on behalf          business, or EIN, complete TTB F 5630.5d and submit it no later than
of the corporation or LLC.                                                        the next July 1 after the change. Check the box, Existing Business
SEC'TION 1 - IDENTIFYING INFORMATION                                              with change(s), complete all fieids in Section 1, and complete Sections
                                                                                  2 and 3 as necessary to show any changes there. Upon going out of
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Your registration must contain a valid Employer ldentification Number             Section 1. If you are still in business but there are no changes since
(EIN). The EIN is a unique number for business entities issued by the             your last registration, this form does not need to be submitted.
 Internal Revenue Service (IRS). You must have an EIN whether you
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Law 109-59, and the Internal Revenue Laws of the United States.
The estimated average burden associated with this collection of information is .8 hour per respondent or record keeper, depending on individual
circumstances. Comments concerning the accuracy of this burden estimate and suggestions for reducing this burden should be addressed to the
Reports Management Officer, Regulations and Rulings Division, Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, Washington, D.C. 20220.
An agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, a collection of information unless it displays a current, valid OMB
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2007 COLORADO LIQUOR & BEER CODE BOOK
             ORDER FORM
 MAIL WITH YOUR CHECK PAYABLE TO:              STATE FORMS CENTER
                                               4999 Oakland Street
                                               Denver, CO 80239
                                               (303-370-2165)


 Number of Books requested         X $20.00 Each                 $
 (Order #615-82-66-1015)

Shipping Charge: -See Reverse-        Subject to Tax         $


                                  SU BTOTAL                      $

Multiply SUBTOTAL x Sales Tax Below:
Choose one: Denver City & County Tax         7.72%           $
              Metro Countv Tax*               4.1%           $
              State Tax                       2.9%           $
              Out of State                   Exempt
Tax Exerr~pt#

                 TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED                       $


Ship To:



                                          State        Zip

            Phone

*Metro counties include: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Douglas & Jefferson.



                                                                     Rev. 08107
      STATE FORMS & PUBLICATIONS
               Shipping & Handling Charges



                    For Orders Totaling:      Add

                        UP to $20.00         $7.00

                      $20.01 to $30.00       $8.00

                      $30.01 to $40.00       $9.00

                      $40.01 to $60.00       $10.00

                      $60.01 to $75.00       $12.00

                      $75.01 to $100.00      $13.00

                     $100.01 to $150.00      $15.00

                     $150.01 to $200.00      $16.00

                     $200.01 to $400.00      $20.00

                     $400.01 to $500.00      $25.00

                     $500.01 to $1500.00     $30.00
                                               BY
                         $1000.00 +          WEIGHT


                -
ARCHIVE BOXES $5.00 FREIGHT PER 10 PACK
 CASE PRODUCTS- $10.00 FREIGHT PER CASE

               REVISED 01/08
      (Subject to change without notice)
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3.2% Beer Licenses:
A person who is 18 years of age, and is employed by a 3.2% beer licensed establishment, is allowed to handle,
stock, sell, serve, or dispense 3.2% beer in that establishment. A person under 18 years of age is permitted to
"handle" or "stock" 3.2% beer if employed by a 3.2% beer licensee and under the on-premises supervision of a
person who is at least 18 years of age. A person must be 21 years of age to possess, purchase or consume
3.2% beer.

On-premises Liquor Licenses:
Malt, vinous and spirituous liquor may be handled, dispensed, or sold (this includes wait staff and bartenders) by
anyone who is at least 18 years of age and under the on-premises supervision of a person who is at least 21
years of age with the following EXCEPTIONS: in Retail Liquor Stores and Taverns which do not regularly Serve
meals, malt, vinous and spirituous liquor may only be sold by persons who are at least 21 years of age. A
person of any age may bus tables or handle empty alcohol beverage containers. A person must be 21 years of
age to possess, purchase or consume beer, wine or spirits.

Off-premises Liquor Licenses:
Employees of retail liquor stores and liquor licensed drug stores must be at least 21 years of age to sell or
distribute beer, wine or spirits.


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         Colorado law does not require that licensed establishments selling 3.2% beer, or regular beer, wine, and
         spirits, check identification for proof of age.
         Colorado law does not prohibit underage persons from entering and remaining in licensed
         establishments.
         Colorado law does not require persons to carry proof of age.
         Colorado law does prohibit any licensed establishment from selling or serving any alcohol beverages to
         an underage person.
         Licensees should always check proof of age if there is the slightest doubt of the customer's actual age. If
         no acceptable proof of age is available, no service should be provided.

  ldentification

 The following forms of identification (see Regulation 47-912) may be relied upon by licensees to show proof of
 age. Note that each such ID has a photo and a description of the bearer:

    1. An operator's, chauffeur's or similar type driver's license containing a picture, and date of birth, issued by
       any state, within the United States, or any U.S. Territory, or any foreign country including Canada or
       Mexico.
    2. An identification card issued by any state for the purpose of proof of age in accordance with C.R.S. 42-2-
       302 and 42-2-303.
    3. Military identification card.
    4. A passport.
    5. An alien registration card.
    6. A valid employment authorization document issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

 If a licensee reasonably relies on one of the above ID's for proof of age, that licensee's liquor license cannot be
 suspended or revoked for sale to a minor. If, however, a licensee relies on any other type of ID, his license can
 still be suspended or revoked if the customer with the ID turns out to be underage. Licensees need not take
 chances, and they should only accept one of the five types of proper ID's above. Persons without proper ID can
 always be refused service of alcohol.

 False ldentification

 Licensees are permitted under CRS 12-47-901(5)(a)(ll) to confiscate suspected false or fraudulent identification.
 Confiscated identification must be turned over to a state or local law enforcement agency within 72 hours. The
 following are some methods which can be used to detect false ID's:

   1.   Ask for a second piece of identification.
   2.   Put a flashlight behind a Colorado driver's license to spot alterations.
   3.   Check for an extra layer of lamination.
   4.   Look at both sides of an ID for alterations.


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 Retail Liquor Store license permits the sale to the public of malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors in sealed
 containers for consumption off the premises.

 Liquor-Licensed Drug Store license permits licensed drugstores to sell malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors to
 the public in sealed containers for consumption off the premises.

 Tavern license permits the sale to the public of malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors for consumption on the
 premises.

 Hotel and Restaurant license permits restaurants, and hotels with restaurant facilities, to sell malt, vinous, and
 spirituous liquors to the public for consumption within the licensed premises.

 Beer and Wine license permits the sale of malt and vinous liquors only to the public for consumption on the
 licensed premises.

 Club license permits qualifying non-profit corporations to sell malt, vinous, or spirituous liquors to members and
 their guests for consumption on the premises.

 Arts license permits qualifying non-profit corporations and municipalities to sell malt, vinous, and spirituous
 liquors to patrons of artistic and cultural performances for consumption on the premises in connection with such
 performances.

Bed and Breakfast Permit allows complimentary alcohol beverages to be provided only to overnight guests
during limited hours for consumption on the premises.

Racetrack license permits racetracks with pari-mutuel wagering to sell malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors to
customers for consumption on the premises.

Public Transportation System license permits operators of a public transportation system to sell malt, vinous,
and spirituous liquors to the public for consumption on the conveyances, cars, or planes of the system, or in
private club rooms in airports or airport concourses.

Optional Premises license permits the sale on a licensed outdoor sports and recreational facility of malt, vinous,
and spirituous liquors by the drink to customers for consumption on the premises.

3.2% Beer license permits the sale of fermented malt beverage (3.2% beer) to the public by the drink for
consumption on the premises, or in sealed containers for off-premises consumption, or for both on- and off-
premises consumption, depending upon the type of license issued.

Mini Bar Permits allow a hotel and restaurant licensee (owner) who has a separate hotel facility, if located within
1,000 feet of its existing hotel and restaurant license, to establish mini bars in guest rooms at the hotel.

Delivery Permit allows the delivery of alcohol beverages to locations off the licensed premises in sealed
containers. Permits are only available to off premises retail licensees and to 3.2 beer licensees who hold 0nl0ff
combination licenses.

Brew Pub license allows sale and consumption on premises of malt, vinous and spirituous liquors, and permits
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    the manufacture of malt liquor on the licensed premises. Malt liquor which is manufactured on licensed premises
    may be sold for consumption on the premises, sold to an independent wholesaler for distribution to other licensed
    retailers, or sold to the public in properly labeled sealed containers "to go."

    Retail Gaming Tavern license allows sale of malt, vinous and spirituous liquor by the drink for consumption on
    the premises.

    Vintner's Restaurant means a retail establishment that sells food for consumption on the premises and that
    manufactures not more than two hundred fifty thousand gallons of wine on its premises each year.


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A retail liquor or 3.2% beer license may be held by:

       natural persons
       corporations
       general and limited partnerships
       husband-wife partnerships
       limited liability companies

Registration:     Corporation and limited liability companies must also be registered with the Colorado
Secretary of State's office and be authorized to conduct business in the State of Colorado.

Age: An individual must be at least 21 years of age to hold either license. Individual who are members of a
legal partnership or who are officers or directors of a corporation must also be 21 years of age.

Citizenship: An applicant cannot be denied a license on the grounds that the individual is not a United States
citizen or a Colorado resident.

Disqualifications: A license may be denied if an applicant is not of satisfactory character, record, or
reputation; however, a license may be granted to a person with a criminal record if that individual can
satisfactorily demonstrate evidence of rehabilitation.

Sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, police officers, state liquor investigators, and prosecuting attorneys may hold 3.2% beer
licenses, but may not hold a liquor license.




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 Within the Colorado Liquor Code, "licensed premises" means the premises specified in an application for a
 license which are owned or in possession of the licensee within which such licensee is authorized to sell,
 dispense, or serve alcoholic beverages. The licensee must submit a diagram of the licensed premises at the time
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 of application. The diagram should be on an 8-112"~ piece of paper, it may be hand drawn using a ruler; it
 does not have to be to scale but should state the outside dimensions of the structure. Additionally, the various
 rooms should be labeled with details of storage and serving areas, such as coolers, the bar, entrances, exits and
 passages.

The licensed premises must be clearly indicated. If located in a shopping center or "strip center" provide only a
diagram of the area to be licensed, not the entire shopping center. If an establishment has several floors, a
diagram should be submitted for each floor if they are substantially different. However, if the floors are essentially
the same, such as might be the case in a hotel, then one diagram of the main floor accompanied with an
additional diagram of a typical guest floor, stating that there are "x" number of similar floors will be satisfactory.

For someone who has never made a diagram of a licensed premises, it may be helpful to think of the lines of
delineation as solid walls. With this in mind, it should be noted that alcohol must be stored within the licensed
premises and that a "Hotel and Restaurant Liquor License" must also have a fully operational kitchen within the
licensed premises. Keep in mind, that if an area is not part of the licensed premises, no alcohol can ever be in
that area. Therefore, a licensed premises' rooms and/or passages must connect.

The licensee must at all times have legal possession of the licensed premises through ownership, lease or other
written arrangement which must only be in the name of the licensee. Additionally, a licensed premises must also
qualify under other laws and regulations such as zoning, health and fire codes.

Once an establishment is granted a license, the licensee may not materially or substantially alter the licensed
premises without prior written approval from both the local and state licensing authorities. To "alter" means: any
increase or decrease in the capacity of the establishment; moving, adding or increasing the size of a bar; the
sealing off, creation of, or relocation of doors or passages. In short, a licensee may not change or modify the
premises in such a way that would affect the basic character or physical structure as it was previously approved,
unless new approval is obtained.


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 3.2% Beer Licenses:
 3.2% beer may be sold from 5:00 a.m. until midnight, 365 days a year.

 On-premises Liquor Licenses:
 Licensees who sell alcohol beverage for consumption on the premises (e.g., taverns, restaurants and brew pubs
 for on premises sales) may sell from 7:00 a.m. until 2:00 a.m., 365 days a year.

 When clocks are turned back one hour for Daylight Savings Time at 2:00 a.m. in October, licensees may remain
 open the "extra" hour.

 Off-premises Liquor Licenses:
 Licensees who sell alcohol beverage for consumption off the premises (Liquor Stores, Drug Stores, and Brew
 Pub "to go" sales) may sell from 8:00 a.m. until midnight every day except Christmas.

All liquor licenses: No prohibitions exist for sale or service of alcohol on election day.


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Where alcphol may be consumed
It is illegal to consume spirits, wine, or malt liquor (all beer other than 3.2% beer) in public other than in a place
which is licensed for that purpose, such as a tavern. The consumption of 3.2% beer in public is not prohibited by
state laws; however, many cities and counties have laws prohibiting the possession of open alcohol beverage
containers in public. Such "open container" laws may apply to containers of 3.2% beer and thus may limit the
places where 3.2% beer may be consumed.

It is also illegal to bring any type of alcohol beverage into any place which sells alcohol beverages. Thus, alcohol
beverage may not legally be brought into any restaurant, sports stadium or similar liquor licensed establishment.
Similarly, patrons cannot bring their own alcohol beverages into restaurants without liquor licenses because of
the prohibition on public consumption.

Alcohol beverages may not be taken out of licensed establishments, except those places which sell for
consumption off the licensed premises, such as a liquor store.




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 Food ServiceRequirenlent~
 3.2 % Beer Licenses:
 3.2% Beer Licensees are not obligated to serve food at any time.

 On-Premises Liquor Licenses:
 Club licensees, Arts licensees, Optional premises licensees, and Public Transportation System licensees are not
 obligated to serve food at any time.

Hotel and Restaurant licensees must have full meals available until 8:00 p.m. everyday, and snacks and
sandwiches after 8:00 p.m. Food sales must provide at least 25% of the gross income from the sale of food and
beverages.

Brew Pubs must serve meals and must derive 15% of the on-premises gross sales from the sale of food.

Taverns, Gaming Taverns, and Beer and Wine licensees must have sandwiches and snacks available during
operating hours.

Racetracks are required to have food available during hours' of operation.

When food is required to be served, it must be available wherever alcoholic beverages are served.

Off-premises Liquor Licenses:
Liquor stores are prohibited from the sale of food items except those approved by the State Licensing Authority
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that are prepackaged, labeled, directly related to the consumption of liquor, and are sold in containers U to 16
ounces for the purpose of cocktail garnish. Liquor-licensed Drug stores are not subject to prohibitions or
requirements regarding sale of food items.


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 Within the Colorado Liquor, Beer and Special Event Codes, there are specific prohibitions against providing
 alcohol beverages to intoxicated parties.

 Specifically the law states :

It is unlawful for ANY PERSON to sell, serve, give away, dispose of, exchange, or deliver or permit the sale,
serving, giving, or procuring of any alcohol beverage to. . . a VISIBLY INTOXICATED person. [CRS 12-47-901
(1 )(all

It is unlawful for ANY PERSON LICENSED TO SELL AT RETAIL pursuant to this article: to sell an alcohol
beverage t o . . . a VISIBLY INTOXICATED person . [CRS 12-47-901 (5)(a)]

EACH PERSON LICENSED UNDER THIS ARTICLE . . . shall not permit on his licensed premises the serving or
loitering of an APPARENTLY IlVTOXlCATED person . [CCR 1 203-2Regulation 47-9001

NOTE: All words capitalized are for emphasis only.

Within the Liquor Code, the terms "intoxicated", "visibly intoxicated", and "apparently intoxicated" have not been
specifically defined, and they do NOT relate to specific blood alcohol concentrations. No specific alcohol level is
defined because it is the intent of the statute that the judgment related to whether a person is intoxicated is not to
be based on chemical testing of that person's blood or breath, but merely on an assessment of the party based
on what you can see, hear, or even smell. Your determination of whether another person is intoxicated is to be
based on a combination of factors related to his or her physical actions and appearance -- they may include
speech (is the person excessively loud, is his speech clear?), eyes (are the eyes bloodshot or glassy-looking?),
walking or sitting (does the person have proper balance?, does he stumble or lean?).


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       This chart is not intended to be all inclusive but is only a guideline. Although the various signs are listed in the
       order which they often appear, they may manifest themselves in some other order. Also, some may be more
       apparent than others and some may not be present at all. It is also possible that a number of these signs could
       be present for reasons other than intoxication.

       If you use the chart objectively, remembering to look at the combination of factors coupled with your personal
       experience, you should find it to be a helpful aid in making a decision regarding a person's level of sobriety.




           l~~oodshot

           lwatery
                           I/Odor of alcohol
                             beverage
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                                                       I       Flushed face
                                                                                                 Order more than one drink at a
                                                                                                 time
                                                                                                  Ordering "doubles"
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                     eye   /I   Loud/boisterous        J J ~ ~ o t in idisarray
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                                                                                                     Playing drinking games
                                                                                                     "chugging"

                           I    Altered speech
                                att tern                   /Isoiled clothing                     llchange in emotions

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                                                               strong body odor                      Poor judgment
             vision
       l~ouble             I)slurring of words                                                    Annoying behavior

                                                                                                  Overly friendly to strangers

                                                               Difficulty in picking-up change   Acting flirtatious


      (/I'Decreased/       I
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                                                               General clumsiness
                                                                                                 Animated

                           1'8reath test              1 Spilling drinks                           Entertaining
                                                               Uneven gait                        Playing music abnormally loud
                                                               Poor balance                      p
                                                                                                  Difficulty in understanding
                                                               Staggering                         questions
                                                                                                     Difficulty in understanding
                                                               Tripping
                                                                                                     instructions                        I
                                                                                                  Difficulty in adding amounts on
                                                               *Hand-eye evaluation
                                                                                                  check
                                                                                                  Letting a cigarette burn without
                                                                                                  smokina it-
                                                           *Walk and turn evaluation              Careless handling of money
                                                           *Rhomberg evaluation                  Abnormal tipping
                                                           *Decreased pulse rate                  Obnoxious behavior
                                                      II*Blood test
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                                                                                                 IlArguing about prices
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                                                       *Urine test                                     drink
                                                                                                       Mean/aggressive/hostile
                                                                                                       Sullen/brooding
                                                                                                       Becoming detached from
                                                                                                       surroundings
                                                                                                       Drowsiness
                                                                                                       Unc~n~ciou~ne~~
                                                                                                       Death
 NOTE: Those items designed with an asterisk (*) are evaluation procedures that are to be used only by law enforcement or medical personnel and
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 As a general rule the direct shipment of alcohol beverages from an out-of-state supplier to a Colorado consumer
 is prohibited under Colorado law. Some exceptions do exist however.

              The first exception is for licensed wineries that reside in a state that grants reciprocal
              shipping privileges to Colorado wineries. Consumers must place their order in person at the
              out-of-state winery for later shipment into Colorado. These shipments are limited to two
              cases of wine per month.

              The shipping container of any vinous liquors sent into or out of this this state under
              this exception must be clearly labeled to indicate that the package cannot be
              delivered to a minor, or to an intoxicated person.

              In addition, the out-of-state winery must obtain a wine shipping permit from the state
              licensing authority before shipping into Colorado. Licensed wineries that reside in
              reciprocal shipping states should contact the Colorado Liquor Enforcement Division
              for a "Delivery Permit" application. Permit cost is $50.00 per year, and this fee will be
              waived for permit applicants who already hold a valid Colorado Wine and Spirits
              Importers liquor license.

              A second exception can occur when a Colorado retail liquor store has contracted with an
              out-of-state ordering service. In this case, the ordering service takes the order and
              coordinates the delivery of alcohol beverages through a Colorado retail liquor store. The
              retail liquor store then makes the delivery from its licensed premises to a legal age Colorado
              consumer.

Retail liquor stores who deliver alcohol to consumers in Colorado arerequired. to maintain logs that verify both the
age and identity of the person who places the liquor delivery order and the age and identity of the person
accepting delivery. Retail liquor stores who deliver alcohol to consumers must obtain a delivery permit from the
Colorado Liquor Enforcement Division, before beginning deliveries. Permits are no cost.

Common carriers who act as delivery agents for anyone who ships alcohol beverages into Colorado are required
to obtain evidence that the person for whom they are shipping has a Colorado issued liquor license or permit.
Common carriers who make deliveries for businesses or persons who do not have a license or permit are subject
to criminal charges.




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A "Brew Pub" license allows:

       sales of malt, vinous, and spirituous liquor for consumption on the premises
       manufacture of up to 1,860,000 gallons of malt liquor annually on its premises

              Malt liquor manufactured on the premises may be:

             sold and consumed on the premises
             sold to the public in sealed containers for consumption off the premises
             sold at wholesale to retailers in an amount up to 300,000 gallons per calendar year
             sold to independent wholesalers for distribution to retailers

On premises
A brew pub may sell malt, vinous and spirituous liquors in the place where they are to be consumed from 7:00
a.m. until 2:00 a.m. every day of the week.

Brew Pubs are required to sell food as a part of their on-premises business operation. Food sales must constitute
15% of the gross on-premises food and drink income of the brew pub. "Food" by statute means a quantity of
foodstuff of such nature as is ordinarily consumed by an individual at regular intervals for the purpose of
sustenance.

Off- premises
Brew pubs may sell only malt liquor of their own manufacture in sealed containers for off-premises consumption,
from 8:00 a.m. until midnight, Monday through Sunday. No off-premises sales are allowed on Christmas.


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 What: A Special Event Permit authorizes the sale of alcohol beverages by the drink to the public. There are two
 types of Special Event Permits -- one allows sale of malt, vinous, and spirituous liquor, the other allows only the
 sale of 3.2% beer.

 Who: Those who qualify for Special Event Permits may or may not currently have a liquor license and must be
 one of the following:

       Organizations that are not for profit and have been incorporated pursuant to Colorado law for purposes of
       a social, fraternal, patriotic, political, or athletic nature,
       A regularly chartered branch, lodge or chapter of a national organization or society organized for such
       purposes, which is non-profit,
       An organization which is a regularly established religious or philanthropic institution,
       A political candidate who has filed the necessary reports with the Colorado Secretary of State,
       A municipality owning arts facilities at which productions of an artistic or cultural nature are held.

Where: A special event may be conducted on the licensed premises of a Club or Arts liquor licensed
establishment, or other non-licensed locations.

How: The applicant must submit the following documents, among others that may be required, to the proper local
licensing authority at least 30 days prior to the event, and to the State Licensing Authority at least 10 days prior:

       The appropriate document proving eligibility to conduct an event.
       A property or rental agreement which provides that the location may be used for event purposes.
       A diagram of the proposed area, specifying dimensions and the method which will be used to control
       access.
       A completed Special Event application.
       Appropriate fees.

When: The event must be held on the date, time, and location specified in the application and may not be
changed. Ten event days are allowed per calendar year and may be held separately or in any combination. If an
event is canceled, the application fees and the day(s) are forfeited. Sales may occur between the hours of 5 a.m
and midnight of the day specified for a 3.2% beer permit; and between the hours of 7 a.m., of the day specified,
and 2 a.m. of the following day for malt, vinous and spirituous permits.

The Special Event Permit and an appropriate Minor Warning Sign must be conspicuously
displayed during the event.


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                                               INDEX
                                     LOCAL LICENSING AUTHORITY
                                    CITY OF THORNTON, COLORADO
                                        RULES OF PROCEDURE
                                              April 2011



RULE                                                                                                                       PAGE


I      APPLICABILITY OF RULES AND DEFINITIONS ........................................................ 1

II     CHAIRPERSON, VICE CHAIRPERSON AND DUTIES OF MEMBERS ................1-2

             Chairperson and Vice Chairperson ....................................................................... 1
             Duties of Chairperson ............................................................................................ 1
             Decorum During Meeting ....................................................................................... 2
             Disqualification of Member from Participation ....................................................... 2

III    MEETINGS - GENERALLY .......................................................................................2-5

             Regular, Special and Organizational Meetings ..................................................... 2
             Order of Business ...............................................................................................2-3
             Procedure for Meetings ......................................................................................... 3
             Minutes of the Meeting .......................................................................................... 4
             Attendance at Meetings ......................................................................................4-5
             Support Services .................................................................................................... 5

IV     PUBLIC HEARING PROCEDURES FOR NEW, TRANSFER,
       CHANGE OF LOCATION, CHANGE OF CORPORATE STRUCTURE,
       MANAGER'S REGISTRATION, AND REQUEST TO MODIFY
       APPLICATIONS .........................................................................................................5-8

V      PUBLIC HEARING PROCEDURES FOR RENEWALS,
       SUSPENSIONS, FINES, AND REVOCATIONS ....................................................9-14

VI     PETITIONS ................................................................................................................. 14



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                                 LOCAL LICENSING AUTHORITY
                                CITY OF THORNTON, COLORADO
                                    RULES OF PROCEDURE
                                          April 2011

RULE I          APPLICABILITY OF RULES AND DEFINITIONS

In addition to any other rules or laws which may be applicable, these Rules of Procedure (Rules)
shall govern all proceedings before the Local Licensing Authority (Authority) of the City of
Thornton. All meetings shall be conducted in compliance with these Rules and Robert's Rules of
Order. These Rules shall govern in the event of a conflict with Robert's Rules of Order. Any
provision of these Rules not governed by the Charter or Code, may be temporarily suspended at
any meeting of the Authority by a majority vote of all members of the Authority. Any rule may be
suspended by general consent if presented by the Chairperson and if there are no objections from
any member.

The definitions for terms, contained in Section 42-26 of the Thornton City Code (Code), are to
apply for all such terms used in these Rules. Section 42-26 is therefore incorporated by this
reference as if set forth fully herein.

RULE II         CHAIRPERSON, VICE CHAIRPERSON AND DUTIES OF MEMBERS

A.       CHAIRPERSON AND VICE CHAIRPERSON

         1.     Chairperson - The Chairperson shall preside at all regular and special meetings of
                the Authority.

         2.     Vice Chairperson - In the absence of the Chairperson, the Vice Chairperson shall
                preside. If the Chairperson and Vice Chairperson are both absent, the members
                present shall designate a person to act as Chairperson during their absence.

         3.     The members shall rotate the position of Chairperson and Vice Chairperson
                whenever possible. In the event that no members accept nomination for
                Chairperson or Vice Chairperson, the City Clerk shall inform the City Council
                immediately.

B.       DUTIES OF CHAIRPERSON

         The Chairperson shall have the responsibility to ensure that all meetings are conducted in
         an open and fair manner and that no individual member's opinion is allowed to dominate a
         meeting. The Chairperson shall clearly document any problems or issues and work with
         members who deviate from acceptable procedural standards. If a member has not taken
         steps to comply with such standards, on the second incident, which is noted by the
         Chairperson, the Chairperson will notify the City Clerk to advise the City Manager and the
         City Council of the matter. If the Chairperson is not following the standards, the City Clerk
         shall notify the City Manager who will forward the issue to City Council. The Chairperson
         shall attend the Mayor and Chairperson meetings and report the results to the Authority.
         The Chairperson shall assist the City Clerk in training of new members. The Chairperson
         shall act as liaison with the City Council and communicate City Council goals and policies
         to the Authority.
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C.     DECORUM DURING MEETING

       The Chairperson shall preserve decorum during a meeting. The Chairperson shall have
       the right to eject, after reasonable warning, any person disrupting a meeting. No signs or
       placards will be displayed by an applicant or audience in the audience section during a
       public hearing. Loud sounds such as cheering, applause, or booing shall be limited by the
       Chairperson. Video or audio recording of a hearing by persons other than City employees
       is at the discretion of the Chairperson and in no event shall any recording interfere or
       impede a meeting.

D.     DISQUALIFICATION OF MEMBER FROM PARTICIPATION

       No member may participate in the debate or vote upon any question when in violation of
       Chapter 57, Code of Ethics, of the City Code. A request to be excused from participation
       in or voting upon a question for any other reason must be made before the vote is taken.

RULE III      MEETINGS - GENERALLY

A.     REGULAR, SPECIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL MEETINGS

       1.     All regular meetings of the Authority shall be held on the third Wednesday of
              each month in the Council Chambers of the Thornton Civic Center, however a
              meeting can be canceled by the City Clerk if there is no business to transact no
              later than 24 hours prior to the meeting. Notification of the cancellation shall be
              by telephone, electronically or by other technology, or first-class mail. Meetings
              shall start promptly at 6:00 p.m. and shall end no later than 11:00 p.m. unless
              otherwise approved by the Authority.

       2.     Special meetings shall be held as necessary, as scheduled by the Authority or
              upon call of the City Clerk who shall provide adequate notice to each member of
              such meeting. All special meetings where practical shall be held on Wednesdays.
              Adequate notice shall mean by first-class mail, electronically, by telephone, or by
              other technology at least 24 hours prior to the meeting. Oral or written consents
              and waivers of notices of meetings or continuances are permitted. Cancellation
              procedures for special meetings shall be the same as for regular meetings.

       3.     The Authority shall hold an organizational meeting in April of each year. At said
              organizational meeting, the Chairperson and Vice Chairperson shall be elected
              and such other organizational matters as it deems appropriate considered.

B.     ORDER OF BUSINESS

       The following Order of Business will normally be used for meetings:

              Call to Order
              Roll Call
              Approval of Agenda
              Motion to Admit the License Applications and the City Clerk's Communication
                      Documents into Evidence
              Consent Agenda
              Business
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            Public Hearings
            Other Matters
            Adjournment

     The Authority may change the Order of Business to assist and facilitate the conduct of its
     meetings.

C.   PROCEDURE FOR MEETINGS

     1.     The City Clerk will prepare the meeting room, and provide public hearing sign-up
            sheets to be placed in the lobby or council chamber prior to the meeting for the
            benefit of those persons wishing to speak on those matters on the agenda. On the
            Friday preceding any meeting, if possible, but no later than 48 hours prior to any
            meeting, the City Clerk will have an agenda showing the order of business, copies
            of communications, resolutions, if applicable, with supporting documents, and
            other related items, made available for each Authority member.

     2.     The Chairperson calls the meeting to order and reads the next order of business.
            The Chairperson should request such information, evidence and testimony as is
            appropriate for the item being considered.

     3.     Except during a public hearing, persons other than members of the Authority and
            City officials shall not be permitted to address the Authority except upon
            recognition by the Chairperson. Any Authority member may request the
            Chairperson recognize any person other than a City official. If permission is not
            granted, the decision of the Chairperson may be appealed. Any member may
            appeal a ruling of the Chairperson to the Authority. If the appeal is seconded, the
            member making the appeal may briefly state the reason for the same, and the
            Chairperson may briefly explain the reason for the ruling; but there shall be no
            debate on the appeal, and no other member shall participate in the discussion. The
            Chairperson shall then put the question, "Shall the decision of the Chairperson be
            sustained?" If a majority of the members present vote "Yes," the ruling of the
            Chairperson is sustained; otherwise it is overruled.

     4.     At the conclusion of the evidence and testimony, the Chairperson should entertain
            a motion regarding the disposition of the item.

     5.     When a motion is made and seconded, the Chairperson should ask for and allow
            discussion of the motion by the Authority.

     6.     Upon completion of discussion, the Chairperson should request a vote by the
            Authority. The City Clerk will record the vote.

     7.     The meeting may be adjourned by motion of the Chairperson or any member. A
            recess may be called at any time either by the Chairperson or upon motion by a
            member with the consent of the majority. The Authority shall not adjourn while in
            recess but must reconvene prior to adjournment.
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D.   MINUTES OF THE MEETING

     The City Clerk shall prepare and keep the minutes of all Regular and Special Meetings of
     the Authority. The minutes shall not be a verbatim transcript of the proceedings, provided
     tape recordings of all proceedings are retained by the City Clerk's office in accordance
     with the State Archives retention schedule for reference when and if necessary. The
     purpose of the minutes shall be to record the Authority's transactions rather than its
     deliberations; therefore, debates, arguments, and discussion among the Authority shall not
     be included. Specific direction to the support staff, the City Clerk and City Attorney, shall
     be included in the minutes when such direction may affect the outcome of a decision to be
     made by the Authority. A court reporter may be in attendance for the purpose of recording
     the proceedings when the Authority, an applicant or a Party in Interest so requests;
     however, anyone requesting a court reporter is responsible for paying the full cost thereof.

     The City Clerk should include the following in the minutes of each meeting:

     1.     Name - Meeting of the Local Licensing Authority of Thornton, Colorado

     2.     Kind of meeting (Regular, Special)

     3.     Place and date of meeting

     4.     Officer presiding, Authority Members and Staff present

     5.     The decision in each point of order arising

     6.     A record of the Authority's actions which will in most instances be a motion
            reflecting the decision taken by the Authority

     7.     The time and place of re-assembling unless it is the regular meeting time and
            place

     8.     A record of the applicant(s) and witnesses in attendance and the purpose of their
            presence

     9.     Whether previous minutes were approved

     10.    The signature of the City Clerk and the Chairperson at the time the minutes were
            approved

     11.    All motions, seconds, the vote thereon (including abstentions), and any subject
            matter reports given and disposition of same

E.   ATTENDANCE AT MEETINGS

     1.     Attendance Required - A written report signed by the Chairperson shall be sent
            to the City Council concerning any member of the Authority who has three
            absences in a calendar year from Authority meetings for City Council
            determination as to whether this shall result in removal of that member from the
            Authority. Such report shall be sent to the City Council within three days
            following such member's third absence.
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     2.     Notice of Absence – Any member who is going to be absent from an Authority
            meeting shall notify the City Clerk prior to the meeting. No member may leave
            during the meeting without permission from the Chairperson.

F.   SUPPORT SERVICES

     1.     Legal - The City Attorney or designee of the City Attorney may designate may
            attend all regular and special meetings of the Authority as the legal and procedural
            advisor to the Authority. In any public hearing where evidence is to be presented
            in regard to a show-cause hearing in support of a suspension or revocation,
            special counsel may be appointed to represent the City or the Authority.

     2.     Secretarial; records custodian - The City Clerk shall serve as the secretary and
            records custodian for the Authority and perform the functions that a corresponding
            secretary and recording secretary normally perform. Additionally, the City Clerk
            shall be responsible for overseeing the publication concerning public hearings and
            other required notifications.

RULE IV     PUBLIC HEARING PROCEDURES FOR NEW, TRANSFER, CHANGE OF
            LOCATION, CHANGE OF CORPORATE STRUCTURE, MANAGER'S
            REGISTRATION, AND REQUEST TO MODIFY APPLICATIONS

A.   The Chairperson or presiding member shall have full authority to control the proceedings,
     to admit or exclude testimony or other offers of evidence and to rule upon all motions and
     objections. A majority of the Authority members present may overrule the Chairperson on
     any such rulings.

     Unless the member has reviewed all the evidence and a transcript of the prior
     proceedings, any member who has been absent during any portion of a public hearing
     may not vote or participate in deliberations and discussions at the public hearing.

B.   The Authority shall not be bound by strict rules of evidence prevailing in courts of law or
     equity, however the right of cross-examination shall be preserved. Irrelevant, repetitive
     and cumulative testimony and evidence should be excluded when possible. Motions may
     be written, but, shall be read into or summarized for the record. Objections shall be stated
     orally for the record. All testimony shall be given under oath. In all Public Hearings under
     this Rule IV, the applicant has the burden of persuading the Authority that the application
     should be granted.

C.   All exhibits or other documentary evidence to be admitted shall be submitted to the City
     Clerk and pre-marked no later than the Monday before the hearing. These exhibits shall
     be introduced as in Civil Cases. If the applicant desires to distribute copies of exhibits to
     the Authority at the hearing, the applicant shall provide a sufficient number of copies.
     Neighborhood petitions signed by inhabitants and submitted to the Authority in accordance
     with these Rules and Section 42-118 of the Code, shall be considered by the Authority
     when determining the "requirements" and "desires" of the neighborhood.

D.   The following order for the presentation of evidence shall apply:

      1.    Call the public hearing to order
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     2.     Opening remarks by Chairperson

     3.     Opening statement by the applicant or the applicant's attorney

     4.     Opening statement by the City Attorney

     5.     Presentation of applicant's evidence and witnesses. Prior to excusing applicant's
            witnesses, cross-examination shall be permitted in the following order:

            a.     City Attorney
            b.     Authority members
            c.     Any person who is a "party in interest" (if applicable) as defined in (C.R.S.
                   12-47-311) (hereafter, Party in Interest)

     6.     Presentation of City's evidence and witnesses. Prior to excusing any of the City's
            witnesses, cross-examination shall be permitted in the following order:

            a.     Applicant's attorney
            b.     Authority members
            c.     Any Party in Interest (if applicable)

     7.     Presentation of witnesses and evidence by any Party in Interest (if applicable).
            Prior to excusing witnesses, cross examination of interested parties and their
            witnesses shall be permitted by applicants, City and Authority members.

     8.     Applicant's rebuttal evidence

     9.     City's rebuttal evidence

     10.    Applicant's closing statement

     11.    City's closing statement

     12.    Applicant's reply closing statement

     13.    Close the public hearing

     14.    Deliberation and call for motion

     15.    Applicable motion to grant or deny application, discussion and vote

E.   Reopening of a Public Hearing - Whenever a public hearing has been opened and
     continued to another date or where it has been closed and the Authority wishes to take
     additional evidence prior to a vote or a reconsideration of a vote, the Chairperson may
     reopen the public hearing for purposes of taking such additional evidence. The
     Chairperson may limit the scope of such evidence to be taken. Whenever a public
     hearing is reopened and additional evidence is taken, all such additional evidence shall
     be incorporated into the original public hearing.
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F.   Evidence for Public Hearings - New licenses, transfer of ownership, change of location,
     change of corporate structure, manager's registration, and request to modify.

     1.     Evidence concerning whether the Applicant (individual, corporation, or other entity)
            is qualified to hold the type of license applied for (not applicable for request to
            modify or change of location), which evidence may include:

            a.      other facilities operated by applicant
            b.      training and experience of applicant
            c.      familiarity with laws both state and local
            d.      procedures and policies regarding enforcement of liquor laws
            e.      reputation and particular history of applicant regarding liquor laws

     2.     Evidence concerning the reasonable requirements of the neighborhood and
            whether existing outlets are adequate (not applicable for transfer, change of
            corporate structure, or manager's registration), which evidence may include:

            a.      number of existing outlets and proximity
            b.      testimony from adults residing in the relevant neighborhood
            c.      testimony from applicant or applicant's officers
            d.      testimony from petitioner or company submitting petitions

     3.     Evidence concerning the desires of adult residents for existing outlets (not
            applicable for transfer, change of corporate structure, or manager's registration),
            which evidence may include:

            a.      testimony from adults residing in the relevant neighborhood
            b.      testimony from a manager or business owner in the relevant neighborhood
            c.      petitions submitted by the applicant or petition company
            d.      testimony from applicants

     4.     May have other evidence concerning:

            a.      nature of establishment and location
            b.      discussion concerning meeting all applicable City codes or ordinances
            c.      discussion concerning financial interest in establishment

G.   Any Party in Interest wishing to participate in the hearing must so inform the Authority at
     the onset of the hearing. That party may cross-examine witnesses and introduce
     evidence with regard to the following matters:

     1.     Reasonable requirements of the neighborhood and the number and type of
            relevant existing outlets

     2.     Any other pertinent matters affecting the qualifications of the applicant, including
            but not limited to the applicant's character, record or reputation

     3.     Any other evidence which would indicate that the building or location proposed for
            the operation of the license is not suited for the intended purposes
     4.     Desires of the inhabitants in opposition to the issuance of the licenses expressed
            by witnesses and/or through petitions
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H.   The City Clerk may grant an applicant's or the City’s request to continue a matter set for
     hearing to a following regular or special meeting, if such request is made prior to the time
     that publication and posting of notice of hearing on the matter is to be made. Once a
     matter has been scheduled for public hearing and public notice thereof has been given,
     the matter may be continued only by the Authority upon a showing of good cause. The
     Authority may, in its discretion, grant or deny an applicant's request for a continuance, or it
     may condition the grant of a continuance upon the payment of costs or other expenses
     reasonably caused by applicant's request.

I.   Unless excused by the Authority, the following persons shall be in attendance at the public
     hearing on the application:

     1.     if the applicant is an individual, that individual; or

     2.     if the applicant is a partnership, any managing or general partner or his authorized
            designee; or

     3.     if the applicant is a corporation, the president of the corporation, an officer or
            director or such other corporate representative as the president may designate in
            writing; or

     4.     If the applicant is a limited liability company, a managing officer, or his authorized
            designee.

J.   The Authority may deliberate in open session or may, upon proper motion, recess into
     Executive Session. The Executive Session will not be for the purpose of receiving any
     evidence nor shall a final determination be made during such Executive Session.

K.   It is within the discretion of the Authority, whether to make an immediate decision upon the
     conclusion of the public hearing or require the City Attorney's office to prepare written
     findings within a reasonable time after the hearing, not to exceed 30 days.

L.   Any findings, either written or oral, which shall mean findings of fact, conclusions of law
     and order, may be prepared by the City Attorney's office and may be available for
     execution by the Chairperson and adoption by the Authority at the public hearing or at a
     subsequent regular or special meeting. Written findings of fact shall be mailed by certified
     mail to the applicant within 30 days after the determination is made.

M.   All decisions of the Authority are final, subject only to appeals made directly to a court of
     competent jurisdiction.
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RULE V       PUBLIC HEARING PROCEDURES FOR RENEWALS, SUSPENSIONS,
             FINES, AND REVOCATIONS

A.   The Authority has the power after investigation and public hearing at which the licensee
     shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard, to suspend, deny renewal of or revoke any
     license issued by the Authority for violations by the licensee, or by any of the agents,
     servants, or employees of such licensee of the provisions of the Colorado Liquor or Beer
     Codes, or any of the rules, ordinances and regulations authorized pursuant to such Codes
     or of any of the terms, conditions or provisions of the license issued by the Authority.

B.   Suspension and revocation proceedings shall be commenced by the Authority by issuing
     and causing to be served upon the liquor licensee by first-class mail to the licensee at the
     address contained in the license, an Order to Show Cause and Notice of Hearing (Notice).
     The Notice shall command the licensee to appear and show cause why its license should
     not be suspended or revoked as it appeared to the Authority that there was probable
     cause to believe that the licensee or any of the agents, servants or employees violated
     laws, rules or regulations of the Colorado Liquor or Beer Code or any of the terms,
     conditions or provisions of the license issued by the Authority. The Notice shall notify or
     inform the licensee of the charges or alleged grounds for suspension or revocation and will
     be prepared for the Authority by the City Attorney or designee.

C.   All proposed settlements and dispositions of matters scheduled for a public hearing shall
     be in the form of joint stipulations and shall be submitted in writing to the offices of the City
     Clerk and the City Attorney at least ten days prior to the scheduled public hearing date.
     The Authority has the discretion to consider a proposed disposition prior to the hearing.

     1.      The scheduled public hearing shall be automatically vacated if:

             a.      The proposed settlement or disposition is properly and timely made in
                     writing in accordance with Section C; and

             b.      The proposed settlement is approved as to legal form by the Thornton City
                     Attorney's office; and

             c.      No prior proposed settlements or dispositions on the same matter have
                     been previously submitted to the Authority for consideration; and

             d.      The licensee has not, within the preceding two years, had its license
                     suspended and paid a fine-in-lieu (Fine) for such.

     2.      The City Clerk shall provide the Authority members with a copy of the written
             notice of proposed settlement or disposition in their packets, or shall provide the
             Authority members with electronic or other technology or first-class mail
             notification of the matter.

     3.      Consideration of proposed disposition by the Authority; continuance of hearing
             upon rejection.

             a.      Upon timely filing of the notice of the proposed disposition as provided in
                     Section C above, the Authority shall, at the time of the scheduled hearing,
                     consider the proposed stipulations and recommendations. The Authority
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                   may however, upon good cause shown, consider dispositions presented
                   either orally or in writing without regard to the provisions of Section C
                   above. Upon a finding that the public interest is not served by the proffered
                   disposition, or if the Authority significantly changes the proposed settlement
                   order and during the Authority's consideration of such, either party has an
                   objection to such changes, the hearing on the merits shall be continued
                   and rescheduled to the next regular or special meeting of the Authority.
                   The continued hearing shall be at least ten days after the original
                   scheduled hearing date, unless both parties are prepared and agree to
                   proceed immediately after rejection of the proposed disposition.

            b.     In the event of rejection of the proposed disposition, the Authority shall
                   identify the reasons for such rejection, which may include, without
                   limitation, seriousness of the violations, aggravating or mitigating
                   circumstances, the history of the subject establishment, corrective actions
                   taken, likelihood of reoccurrence, and any other relevant matters impacting
                   the public health, safety and welfare.

     4.     Subsequent proposed dispositions.

            In the event that the Authority, in the exercise of its discretion, should reject the
            proposed disposition of a matter, and the issues are rescheduled for hearing on
            the merits as set forth in Section 3(a), and the parties submit an amended notice of
            proposed disposition, the parties should nevertheless be fully prepared to proceed
            on the merits of the case at the rescheduled hearing in the event the amended
            proposal for disposition is also rejected by the Authority as herein contemplated.

     5.     Effect of rejection of proposed disposition--no prejudice.

            In the event that the Authority should reject any proposed disposition pursuant to
            the provisions of these Rules, neither the City nor the licensee shall suffer any
            prejudice or detriment as a result of such rejection. The legal standards and
            burden of proof applicable to the proceedings shall be as if the proposal had not
            been presented, and a licensee shall suffer no detrimental presumption or
            inference as a result of such rejection upon hearing the merits.

     6.     Factual stipulations.

            Nothing in these Rules shall be deemed or construed to preclude or limit either
            party before or during a hearing from offering to stipulate as to the existence of any
            fact.

     7.     Notice to licensees.

            Along with the Notice sent to any licensee or Notice of Non-Renewal to be
            considered at a public hearing, the City Clerk shall include a copy of Rule V of the
            Rules.

D.   All requests for continuance of a scheduled public hearing where the Authority will be
     considering whether a license may be suspended or revoked shall be submitted in writing
     to the offices of the City Clerk and the City Attorney, or if the City is requesting the
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     continuance, to the City Clerk and the business address of the applicant/licensee or their
     legal counsel at least ten days prior to the scheduled public hearing date.

     1.     A continuance of the public hearing shall be granted by the City Clerk to the next
            available meeting of the Authority if:

            a.      The written request is properly and timely submitted to the City Clerk's
                    office in accordance with Section D; and

            b.      Both parties or their representatives agree to the continuance; and

            c.      Neither party has been previously granted a continuance in the matter
                    under consideration; and

            d.      The City Clerk's office has not incurred any costs for publication of the
                    public hearing date.

     2.     In the case of a renewal scheduled for a public hearing, a continuance of the public
            hearing shall be granted by the City Clerk to the next available meeting of the
            Authority if such request is made prior to the time that posting of notice of hearing
            on the matter is to be made.

     3.     If the request for continuance is not made and granted in accordance with
            Subsection D(1), both parties or their representative shall appear before the
            Authority at the scheduled public hearing time ready to proceed with their case.

     4.     Upon a showing of substantial hardship or other good cause by the requesting
            party, the Authority may grant continuances upon such terms and conditions as it
            deems just and proper.

E.   A hearing on the suspension, revocation, or non-renewal shall be held at a place, day and
     time designated by the Authority as stated in the notice of hearing. Evidence in support of
     the charges shall be given first, followed by cross-examination of those testifying thereto.
     The licensee, in person or by counsel, shall then be permitted to give evidence in defense
     and in explanation of the charges, followed by the cross-examination of those testifying
     thereto.

F.   In the event the licensee is found not to have violated any law, rule or regulation, the
     charges against him will be dismissed. If the licensee is found to have violated some
     law, rule or regulation, the license shall be suspended, revoked or not renewed in
     accordance with the procedures set forth in Subsection L.

G.   The City Clerk shall mail the licensee the Authority's decision by first-class mail for a liquor
     licensee to the address contained in such license within 30 days following the hearing.

H.   In the event of revocation, or suspension, no portion of the license fee shall be refunded.

I.   Orders of suspension shall indicate the effective date of suspension. For suspensions of
     14 days or less, the effective date shall be at least ten business days after announcement
     of the suspension unless the Authority makes findings, which indicate the need for an
     earlier effective date.
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J.   Where the Authority has probable cause to believe a licensee has been guilty of a
     deliberate and willful violation of any applicable law or regulation or that the public health,
     safety, or welfare imperatively requires emergency action, the Authority may temporarily or
     summarily suspend the license for a period not to exceed 15 days pending a hearing on
     the suspension or revocation, which hearing shall be promptly instituted and determined.
     Any finding by the Authority that a temporary summary suspension is appropriate under
     this section must be by a two-thirds vote of the entire nine member Authority, and specific
     findings of a willful violation or immediate threat to the public health, safety or welfare must
     be made and entered in the record and incorporated into any suspension or revocation
     order.

K.   A licensee wishing to petition the Authority to pay a Fine for a suspension of 14 days or
     less, as provided by Code Section 42-127(c), must submit a written petition to the City
     Clerk's office at least three working days prior to the effective date of the suspension and
     follow the procedures outlined in C.R.S. 12-47-601(3).

     1.     The petition for payment of a Fine shall include all information and documentation
            which the licensee would like the Authority to consider when acting on the petition.
            The petition shall include, among other things, such information which indicates the
            licensee is eligible for the payment of a Fine pursuant to the Code and the laws of
            the State of Colorado, and a calculation of the proposed fine as set out in Section
            42-127(c) of the Code with sufficient financial documentation so as to permit the
            Authority to substantiate the amount of the proposed fine.

     2.     The City Clerk shall not accept for filing a petition for payment of a Fine unless the
            petition is timely filed and is accompanied by a non-refundable petition fee as
            provided in Section 42-127(c) of the Code.

     3.     Except as provided in Section K of this Rule, upon the acceptance of filing of a
            petition for payment of a Fine, the suspension of the license shall be temporarily
            stayed until such time as the Authority acts upon the petition for payment of a Fine.
            The petition will be presented to the Authority at the next available regular meeting
            of the Authority following the filing of the petition.

     4.     If the Authority denies the petition for payment of a Fine, the suspension shall be
            reinstated and the Authority shall indicate the effective date of the suspension.

     5.     If the petition for payment of a Fine is granted, the granting of the petition shall be
            deemed to be conditioned upon the payment of the fine within ten working days of
            the action of the Authority. A new suspension period will be set out in any order
            granting a petition for payment of Fine that period of suspension automatically
            becoming effective in the event that the licensee fails to pay the fine.

L.   The public hearing for a revocation, suspension or non-renewal shall be conducted
     following the same applicable procedures as outlined in Rule IV, however, the City will
     have the burden of persuading the Authority that a violation occurred or the license should
     not be renewed, as follows:

     1.     The following order for the presentation of evidence shall apply:
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          a.     Opening statement by the City Attorney
          b.     Opening statement by the Licensee
          c.     Presentation of City's evidence and witnesses. Prior to excusing any of the
                 City's witnesses, cross-examination shall be permitted in the following
                 order:
                 1.       Licensee's attorney
                 2.       Authority members
          d.     Presentation of Licensee's evidence and witnesses. Prior to excusing
                 applicant's witnesses, cross-examination shall be permitted in the following
                 order:
                 1.       City Attorney
                 2.       Authority members
          e.     City's rebuttal evidence
          f.     Licensee's rebuttal evidence
          g.     City's closing statement
          h.     Licensee's closing statement
          i.     City's reply closing statement
          j.     Close the public hearing
          k.     Deliberation and call for motion
          l.     Applicable motion to suspend, revoke, or not renew license, discussion and
                 vote

     2.   Evidence for Public Hearing - Suspension, Non-Renewal

          City presents evidence concerning whether the licensee committed the violations
          listed in the Verified Complaint, which evidence may include:

          a.     Evidence from individual witnesses either employees or contractors who
                 were present when events occurred
          b.     Evidence from experts including health or other County or State officials
                 concerning events surrounding the incident
          c.     Evidence from City officials including Code Enforcement officers, Finance
                 officers, and Building Code officials
          d.     Evidence from the Police Department including the Local Licensing
                 Investigator

     3.   In the event the Authority finds that a violation occurred, the Sentencing Guidelines
          shall be applied to assist the Authority in determining a penalty.

     4.   In the event that the Authority finds that a violation occurred, then the licensee may
          also present evidence in mitigation or explanation and the City may present
          evidence in aggravation prior to the Authority issuing its Order relating to the
          penalty, conditions or sanctions to be imposed.

     5.   The Authority may deliberate in open session or may, upon proper motion, recess
          into Executive Session to deliberate upon the evidence presented. The Executive
          Session will not be for the purpose of receiving any evidence nor shall a final
          determination be made during such Executive Session.

     6.   It is within the discretion of the Authority whether to make an immediate decision
          at the conclusion of the public hearing or require the City Attorney's office to
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            prepare written findings within a reasonable time after the hearing, not to exceed
            30 days.

      7.    Any findings, either written or oral, which shall mean findings of fact, conclusions
            of law and order, may be prepared by the City Attorney's office and may be
            available for execution by the Chairperson and adoption by the Authority at the
            public hearing or at a subsequent regular or special meeting. Written findings of
            fact shall be sent by first class mail to the licensee within 30 days after the
            determination is made.

      8.    All decisions of the Authority are final subject only to appeals made directly to a
            court of competent jurisdiction.

RULE VI     PETITIONS

A.   Petitions circulated by the applicant and any protestants or their agents shall be submitted
     to the City Clerk no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday prior to the public hearing. The Authority
     may continue any hearing where the City Clerk has not had sufficient time to verify the
     accuracy of the petitions. The Authority may waive the three-day requirement upon a
     majority vote.

B.   Petitions shall be circulated within the designated relevant neighborhood and signed by
     residents, business owners, or managers within the designated area. Petitions must be
     signed with the full given name. No signatures will be accepted where the wife or husband
     has signed for both unless accompanied by a proper and sufficient Power of Attorney for
     the non-signing spouse.

C.   All signatures shall be identifiable with a residence or business address listed on the
     petition, together with the age of the person signing the petition and the date signed. Each
     individual signing a petition shall indicate his/her relationship to the relevant neighborhood
     (e.g. resident, business owner, employee, business manager, etc.) Signatures will not be
     accepted if it is not clear whether the signer is a business owner or manager or a resident
     of the designated area.

D.   Each petition shall contain an Affidavit signed by the circulator of the petition that the
     circulator personally witnessed each signature appearing on the petition, that each
     signature thereon is the signature of the person whose name it purports to be, that the
     address given opposite that person's name is the true business or residence address of
     the person signing the petition and that the requirements of this Rule have been
     complied with.

E.   All petitions shall be in substantial conformity to the format furnished by the City Clerk.
     Petitions will not be accepted unless a signed Affidavit is submitted for each circulator and
     the applicant is clearly identified on the face of each petition.

F.   All petition signers for or against the issuance of a fermented malt beverage or malt,
     vinous or spirituous liquor license must be 21 years of age or older.


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