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  • Knowledgebase-Beer Permits for Golf Courses
    options for allowing beer sales on golf courses Original Author Tallent Mike Co Author Product Create Date 10 22 2002 Last Reviewed on 03 01 2006 Subject Beer Licenses and permits Beer Laws and regulations Beer Alcoholic beverages Alcoholic beverages

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  • Knowledgebase-Beer Permits, Workers Compensation, and Street Damage
    because the city issued the beer permit in violation of its own distance regulation the regulation is invalid as a ground to deny the applicant in question a permit Discriminatory enforcement of a distance regulation renders invalid the regulation unless and until it is revived by revocation or attrition of the discriminatorily issued permit See City of Murfreesboro v Davis 569 S W 2d 805 Tenn 1978 Serv U Mart Inc v Sullivan County 527 S W 2d 121 Tenn 1975 Reagor v Dyer County 651 S W 2d 700 Tenn 1983 Unfortunately reviving the city s beer distance regulations through revocation or attrition of discriminatorily issued permits is more difficult than it was when the above cases were decided Those cases were decided before 1993 when the Tennessee General Assembly passed a law codified at Tennessee Code Annotated section 57 5 109 that says A city or county shall not suspend revoke or deny a permit to a business engaged in selling distributing or manufacturing beer on the basis of the proximity of the business to a school church other place of public gathering if a valid permit had been issued to any business on that same location as of January 1 1993 This section shall not apply if beer is not sold distributed or manufactured at that location during any continuous six month period after January 1 1993 Emphasis is mine The city could argue that the permit issued in the 1970s for the establishment located before 1954 within 300 feet of a church was not a valid permit because it was in violation of the city s own distance regulation However I have no doubt the courts would not interpret the term valid permit in that manner They would find that because the city itself issued the permit it is a valid permit within the meaning of Tennessee Code Annotated section 57 5 109 Under Tennessee Code Annotated section 57 5 109 for all practical purposes the city s 300 foot distance regulation is probably never going to be revived as long as one or more establishment continually operate within 300 feet of a church If the city wants a distance regulation it might consider passing one of say 250 feet 2 Is it the city s responsibility to insure that a contractor has workers compensation prior to issuing a building permit Technically no that responsibility is on the public official who issues building permits However from a practical standpoint the responsibility obviously also falls on the city Tennessee Code Annotated section 13 7 211 enacted in 1993 and effective January 1 1994 requires public officials who issue building permits to make sure contractors have a certificate of compliance from the Dept of Labor or other evidence of workers compensation coverage before issuing a permit Among the forms of evidence of workers compensation coverage is a certificate of insurance a workers compensation policy or a number from a certificate of compliance It is a class C misdemeanor

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  • Knowledgebase-Beer Permits: Restrictions on Fees, Taxes, Charges
    a program to train alcoholic beverage sellers or servers was not permissible Op Tenn Atty Gen U96 009 Feb 8 1996 The basis for that conclusion was that because there is no state provision that allows for such a requirement neither a city nor a county could charge an additional fee or tax for participation in any training program T C A 57 5 101 et seq delegate to local governments the authority to issue permits to businesses engaged in the sale distribution manufacture or storage of beer Specific fees and taxes may be levied upon that activity within the political subdivision s respective jurisdictions T C A 57 5 104 a 1999 Supp requires an applicant for a beer permit to pay 250 to the city or county in which the applicant s place of business is located In addition a privilege tax of 100 is imposed annually on the selling distributing storing or manufacturing of beer in a city or county T C A 57 5 104 b 1 2 1999 Supp In another instance the City of Winchester passed an ordinance that stated in pertinent part that the city shall levy a fee in the amount of 500 00 to be paid by the applicant at the time he files his application for a permit to sell beer The ordinance also provided that a ll beer permits shall be renewed at the same time each year The fee for this renewal is 100 00 per year and the date of renewal shall be specified on the beer permit In opining that this ordinance was not valid the State Attorney General concluded that the county beverage control board was not permitted to charge an application fee other than that authorized by state statute A city has no powers

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  • Knowledgebase-Beer Regulations
    rules with respect to the kind of establishments that can obtain a beer permit The beer laws of the state do produce some anomalies A person who is less than 21 years of age cannot legally buy beer However a person who is 18 years of age can hold a beer permit and a person who is 18 years of age can legally sell beer in establishments that hold beer permits Tennessee Code Annotated 1 3 113 says a Notwithstanding any laws to the contrary any person who is eighteen 18 years of age or older shall have the same rights duties and responsibilities as a person who is twenty one 21 years of age except as provided in subsection b relative to the rights to purchase possess transport and consume alcoholic beverages wine or beer as those terms are defined in title 57 Subsection b provides that it is unlawful for any person under 21 years of age from purchasing possessing transporting or consuming alcoholic beverages wine or beer with the following exceptions 1 Any person eighteen 18 years of age or older may transport possess sell or dispense alcoholic beverages wine or beer in the course of such person s employment Emphasis is mine However ordinarily it does not seem to me legally prudent for cities to remove the prohibition against persons between the ages of 18 21 years of age from loitering in places where beer is sold unless the city restricts the issuance of permits to genuine restaurants Persons 18 21 years of age who go into a genuine restaurant say a Pizza Hut or a Logan s etc that holds a beer permit are probably not going to be in an environment where many alcohol fueled problems are likely to arise The same is not

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  • Knowledgebase-Beer Sales and Alcohol Awareness Training: A Telephone Survey Conducted by the MTAS Library for the City of Morristown
    Telephone Survey Conducted by the MTAS Library for the City of Morristown Summary Ten cities were asked about alcohol awareness training and permits for establishments selling beer Original Author Cox Leah Co Author Product Create Date 01 01 2004 Last

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  • Knowledgebase-Benefits Coordinator
    or file maintenance such as termination of employment reduction in hours name address changes and department transfers Ensures updates of benefit paper files file labels insurance systems and applicable third parties occur Conducts new hire orientation on a bi weekly basis Oversees orientation process and recommends suggestions and improvements to Benefits Manager Manages all third party benefit billings requiring monthly review reconciliation and frequent audits Assigns and administers employee refunds collecting premiums as appropriate Serves as a liaison between third party benefit providers and employees COBRA administrator flexible spending administrator and other applicable entities Collaborates with Payroll Finance and other departments to ensure billing and payroll deductions are accurate Oversees and identifies claim issues trends by working with employee s and insurance companies to resolve applicable issues then reports any issues and trends to Benefits Manager Understands and applies benefit laws such as COBRA HIPAA and other related benefit regulations laws Maintains processes reports and reconciles billings in benefits software program Lawson troubleshoots program issues and recommends course of action and or program enhancements Assists in setting up or revising benefits plans in the benefits software program Lawson Creates and processes various reports on a frequent basis identifies employee missing deductions and takes appropriate action as needed Assists in training benefit assistant and department interns Manages employee benefit files by ensuring files are updated in order accurate and properly documented Orders maintains ensures all benefit supplies are in stock and supplied in both the front office areas and the supply room Prepares mails and files various state and federal forms Drafts and types letters memos and other human resources documents Attends training and benefit educational events Maintains strict confidentiality of departmental issues and documentation Assists with wellness activities and general HR duties as assigned ADDITIONAL JOB FUNCTIONS Responds to and

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  • Knowledgebase-Bereavement Policies: an MTAS Survey
    is computed at the employee s regular shift hours multiplied by their regular straight time hourly rate of pay Employees will not receive pay for any day for which they were not scheduled to work Payment for bereavement leave will not be counted as time worked for the purposes of calculating overtime If additional time off is required vacation sick leave compensatory time or unpaid leave may be granted on a case by case basis by the Department Manager and or the Human Resource Director Lewisburg Brenda Brewer P O Box 1968 931 359 1544 931 359 7055 fax www lewisburgtn com BEREAVEMENT LEAVE A Allowance for time off with pay for death in the family is Three calendar 3 days for death of employee s parent spouse or children Two calendar 2 days for brothers sisters grandparents parents of the employee s spouse son in law daughter in law or any other relative dependent upon or living with the employee One calendar 1 day for grandparents in law brothers in law or sisters in law of the employee Two 2 hours to four 4 hours maximum for other relations subject to the approval of their Supervisor or City Manager Additional days may be taken as vacation annual leave days or as days without pay if approved by Supervisor Manchester Tennessee Esther Greene Finance Director 931 728 4652 egreene cityofmanchestertn com City Bereavement Policy Change 10 January 15 2008 19 Immediate family Spouse children stepchildren or foster children a child s stepchild s or foster child s spouse grandchildren brother sister parents or step parents grandparents mother in law and father in law 4 237 Funeral Days Employees and appointed officials of the City of Manchester who work full time for the city shall receive three 3 funeral days off upon the death of a member of the employee s immediate family as defined in 4 201 above Full time employees and appointed officials shall also receive three 3 funeral days for the death of a sister in law or brother in law Full time employees and appointed officials shall also receive three 3 funeral days for the death of a sister in law or brother in law No advance notice of these days shall be required by the employee but he shall immediately notify his supervisor of the reason for his absence and his expected return to work These funeral days shall be in addition to any sick leave vacation leave or administrative leave given to the city employee 1972 Code 1 837 as amended by Ord 1260 Feb 2010 CITY OF MCMINNVILLE TENNESSEE PERSONNEL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES Article IX Leaves and Absences Section 7 Sick Leave Bereavement Death of a member of the employee s immediate family shall include spouse children parents including step and adoptive siblings grandchildren grandparents and current in laws of the employee Sick leave for this purpose is limited to three 3 work days or one 1 24 hour shift for firefighters except upon

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  • Knowledgebase-Bicycle Ordinance
    Town of Brandon Vermont Co Author Product Create Date 10 28 96 Last Reviewed on 03 04 2010 Subject Bicycles and bikeways Municipal ordinances Type Ordinance Original Document Reference Documents Text of Document Please remember that this ordinance was drafted based upon the drafting requirements and authority granted to a particular city or town in its charter and in general law These drafting requirements and the authority exercised in this

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