F-9 Permit Application Form. This is a Ohio form and can be use in Department Of Commerce Statewide.
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Ohio Department of Commerce - Division of Liquor Control 6606 Tussing Road, P.O. Box 4005, Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068-9005 Telephone No. (614) 387-7407 - http://www.com.ohio.gov/liqr F-9 PERMIT APPLICATION - Franklin County Only FILING FEE $1,700.00 APPLICATION MUST BE FILED AT LEAST THIRTY (30) DAYS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF EVENT. Ohio Revised Code 4303.209 F9 Permit Sec. 4303.209. (A)(1) The division of liquor control may issue an F-9 permit to a nonprofit corporation that operates a park on property leased from a municipal corporation or a nonprofit corporation that provides or manages entertainment programming pursuant to an agreement with a nonprofit corporation that operates a park on property leased from a municipal corporation to sell beer or intoxicating liquor by the individual drink at specific events conducted within the park property and appurtenant streets, but only if, and only at times at which, the sale of beer and intoxicating liquor on the premises is otherwise permitted by law. Additionally, an F-9 permit may be issued only if the park property is located in a county that has a population of between one million one hundred thousand and one million two hundred thousand on the effective date of this section. (A)(2) The division may issue separate F-9 permits to a nonprofit corporation that operates a park on property leased from a municipal corporation and a nonprofit corporation that provides or manages entertainment programming pursuant to an agreement with a nonprofit corporation that operates a park on property leased from a municipal corporation to be effective during the same time period. However, the permit privileges may be exercised by only one of the holders of an F-9 permit at the specific events. The other holder of an F-9 permit shall certify to the division that it will not exercise its permit privileges during that specific event. (A)(3) The premises on which an F-9 permit will be used shall be clearly defined and sufficiently restricted to allow proper supervision of the permit's use by state and local law enforcement officers. Sales under an F-9 permit shall be confined to the same hours permitted to the holder of a D-3 permit. (A)(4) The fee for an F-9 permit is one thousand seven hundred dollars. An F-9 permit is effective for a period not to exceed nine months as specified in the permit. An F-9 permit is not transferable or renewable. However, the holder of an F-9 permit may apply for a new F-9 permit at any time. The holder of an F-9 permit shall make sales only at those specific events about which the permit holder has notified in advance the division of liquor control, the department of public safety, and the chief, sheriff, or other principal peace officer of the local law enforcement agencies having jurisdiction over the premises. (B)(1) An Application for the issuance of an F-9 permit is subject to the notice and hearing requirements established in division (A) of section 4303.26 of the Revised Code. (B)(2) The liquor control commission shall adopt rules under Chapter 119. of the Revised Code necessary to administer this section. (C) No F-9 permit holder shall sell beer or intoxicating liquor beyond the hours of sale allowed by the permit. The division imposes strict liability on the holder of an F-9 permit and on any officer, agent, or employee of that permit holder. (D) Nothing in this section prohibits the division from issuing an F-2 permit for a specific event not conducted by the holder of an F-9 permit provided that the holder of the F-9 permit certifies to the division that it will not exercise its permit privileges during that specific event. SECTION (A) Non-Profit Organization Name PROPOSED F-9 PERMIT PREMISES INFORMATION Permit Premises Address: Email Address: Mail and/or Fax Permit and Correspondence To: Name: State: Zip Code: Street Address: Phone #: Name: Title: City: Fax #: City: Zip Code: County: Franklin Individual responsible for the compliance with Ohio's liquor laws in conjunction with the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages: Taxing District Permit Number Receipt # DLC1612 FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Reviewer Action: Remarks: Page 1 Rev. 9-21-2012 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com SECTION (B) OWNER/APPLICANT INFORMATION 1. Is the applicant a nonprofit corporation that operates a park on property leased from a municipal corporation or a nonprofit corporation that provides or manages entertainment programming pursuant to an agreement with a nonprofit corporation that operates a park on property leased from a municipal corporation? YES NO 2. In the event the premise covers an area that includes adjacent streets, please list and identify with address or street ranges in the table below: STREET NAME ADDRESS or STREET RANGE FROM TO DLC 1612 Page 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com TO ENSURE THAT THIS APPLICATION IS PROCESSED AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE, PLEASE SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING, ALONG WITH THIS COMPLETED, SIGNED, AND NOTARIZED APPLICATION · $1,700.00 Permit Fee - Check made payable to the Division of Liquor Control. · Completed and signed "Diagram of the Event Premises", and any attachments. Diagram may be submitted on Section C (Page 4) of this application. · Sections A, B, & C Completed. Once your application is received, your F9 application will go into process requiring a notice to be sent to the local legislative authority (City Council, Township Trustee, and/or County Commissioner) and local police chief. The local legislative authority will have thirty days to request a hearing upon the advisability of the issuance of the F9 permit. An inspection of the event premises will also be completed by a Division Compliance Officer in order to determine if any churches, schools, libraries, public playgrounds or township parks are located within 500 feet. They will also have thirty days to request a hearing upon the advisability of the issuance of the F9 permit. A local option check for the sale of beer, wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor will also be conducted. It is the responsibility of the applicant to notify the Division of Liquor Control, the Department of Public Safety and the chief, sheriff or other principal peace officer of the local law enforcement agencies having jurisdiction over the premises in advance of each event. 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