Notable recommendations made by the ARC

On behalf of Carlin Edwards Brown PLLC on Wednesday, January 15, 2014.

Posted by: Mike Brown
July 24, 2012

Some of the more notable recommendations made by the ARC contained in the final report issued June 29th include the following:

1. Increased use of electronic communication, primarily email, to speed up communication between the MLCC and licensees;

2. Separation of the Enforcement Division into two sections, including one focused solely on licensing investigations and applicant requests;

3. Allow for “conditionally approved” or “temporary” licenses for up to 180 days so applicants will not have to wait for their license before opening their bar or restaurant

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