Three-way permits in unincorporated towns.

Authors: Senator James Arnold


Provides that a three-way permit issued to a restaurant in an area within an unincorporated town and the area that extends 1/2 mile outside the unincorporated town is considered a permit issued in an unincorporated town for purposes of the quota and does not have to satisfy the annual or monthly gross food sales requirements. Provides that an unincorporated town is an area: (1) delineated by the United States Census Bureau as a Census Designated Place during the most recent federal decennial census; (2) has a name that it has been known by for more than 10 years; and (3) does not meet the requirements for an incorporated town. Requires the county surveyor to certify that an area meets the requirements.