Most Read Contributor in Cayman Islands, September 2016
Liquor licence holders – including those with music and
dancing licences – in the Sister Islands must submit their
licensing renewal applications by Friday, 2 September.
Submissions received after the deadline will not be heard at the
Cayman Brac and Little Cayman Liquor Licensing Board annual general
meeting on Tuesday, 27 September, at 10am in the District
Administration Building's conference room in Cayman Brac.
Application forms can be downloaded from the Department of
Commerce and Investment (DCI) website. Licensees will need to submit their
completed applications to DCI Senior Licensing Officer Lolita
Bodden-Arch, in the Bodden and Bodden building on the Brac, for
verification of both the documentation and of the applicable fees.
Once this step has been completed, the licensee is to deliver
the documents and fees to the Treasury counter at the District
Administration Building, and Treasury is to issue a payment
'The applicant then takes the paperwork and receipt to Mrs
Bodden-Arch, who will add the application to the meeting
agenda', DCI Director Ryan Rajkumarsingh said.
As part of the renewal process, persons in the Brac and Little
Cayman must ensure their premises are inspected by the relevant
Government agencies. Depending on licensees' particular
operations, these inspections may include the Fire Service,
Department of Environmental Health, Planning Department, and Port
Authority. Reports from these agencies should be submitted to
the board along with renewal applications.
However, if the reports are unavailable by the deadline,
licensees must still submit their renewal applications to the board
by 2 September, along with proof that inspection requests were
made. Only completed renewal applications, with either inspection
certificates or proof of inspection requests, which are submitted
by the deadline, will be heard at the board meeting.
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