July 26, 2013 —
Glass explained that once the second reading of the ordinance is passed and published in the Journal-Times, it will be sent to the ABC. The ABC will then print notification that applications are being accepted for licenses.
Those individuals wishing to apply for a license must print a notice of their intention in the paper, and community members will have a set time limit to contact the ABC with complaints or concerns.
Once an application is in order, the ABC will issue the license.
The second reading of the ordinance will be held on July 29 at 10 a.m.