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PDFWAC 314-07-060

Reasons for denial or revocation of a temporary license.

Following is a list of reasons a temporary permit may not be issued or can be revoked. Per RCW 66.24.010, the board has broad discretionary authority to approve or deny a liquor license or permit application. Refusal by the board to issue or extend a temporary license shall not entitle the applicant to request a hearing.
(1) An applicant who has received a temporary license and their application is later administratively closed, and they reapply for a liquor license at the same location.
(2) The local authority objects for any reason.
(3) The applicant affirmatively refuses to submit documents requested by the board to conduct the application investigation.
(4) The applicant accrues or is involved in an administrative violation committed while operating under a temporary license.
(5) The investigator is unable to determine the true party of interest.
(6) The applicant fails to meet the basic requirements of the license.
(7) An objection is received from a privately or publicly funded elementary or secondary school within five hundred feet of the proposed location.
(8) Violation history of the applicant is found to be sufficient to raise the application to threshold decision.
(9) Upon denial of the permanent license, the temporary license will be immediately revoked.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 66.08.030. WSR 17-12-030, § 314-07-060, filed 5/31/17, effective 7/1/17. Statutory Authority: RCW 66.08.030 and 66.24.010. WSR 15-11-106, § 314-07-060, filed 5/20/15, effective 6/20/15; WSR 10-10-126, § 314-07-060, filed 5/5/10, effective 6/5/10.]
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