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Posted on: August 14, 2020

Notice of Intended Adoption of Amendments to the 2020 Liquor License Rules

Carbon County Courthouse

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County Commissioners of Carbon County, Wyoming, intends to adopt Amendments to the Rules and Regulations Governing the Licensing of Liquor and Malt Beverage Sales for Carbon County.  The new rules will amend and supersede all rules previously adopted and filed concerning these topics. 

These rules will be adopted as authorized by the Wyoming Administrative Procedures Act, W.S. §16-3-101-115 [LexisNexis 2017], and under the provisions of Title 12 (twelve) of the Wyoming.  The new rules will comply with legislative and/or regulation changes. 

The Board of Commissioners of Carbon County, Wyoming, will consider the proposed rules at the meeting of the Board of County Commissioners, to be held at 10:45 a.m. on the 6th day of October, 2020.  The location of this meeting is the Carbon County Commissioners Room located at the Carbon County Courthouse, 415 West Pine Street, Rawlins, Wyoming.

A copy of the proposed amendment to the rules is available for inspection at the Carbon County Clerk’s Office, Carbon County Courthouse, PO Box 6, 415 West Pine Street, Rawlins, Wyoming or at Carbon County Rules and Regulations Governing Liquor Licenses. All interested persons may submit comments or objections, in writing, to the Board of Commissioners of Carbon County, Wyoming, at any time prior to the meeting date set forth in this Notice.  Those comments or objections should be sent or delivered to the Carbon County Clerk’s Office, Attention: Gwynn Bartlett, Carbon County Courthouse, PO Box 6, 415 West Pine Street, Rawlins, Wyoming 82301.  All interested persons may also appear at the meeting where such rules are to be considered and may submit any data, views, arguments, comments or objections as they may have, orally or in writing.

The Board of Commissioners of Carbon County, Wyoming, may take action on final adoption of the proposed rules at any time at or after the time and date of the meeting set forth herein.  The proposed rule changes meet minimum substantive state statutory/regulatory requirements. 

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