Public hearing on proposed amendments to Liquor Control rules set for Dec. 9

LIHU‘E — The county Liquor Control Commission will hold a virtual public hearing on Thursday, Dec. 9, at 4 p.m., on proposed amendments to the rules and regulations of the commission. The proposed amendments involve generally the subjects of penalties, violations, digital signatures, electronic filing, trade names, use of assessed penalties, manager cards and required reports.

All interested persons who wish to present their testimony may do so via the Microsoft Teams audio-conferencing platform by calling 469-848-0234 and entering conference ID #672 376 10#.

Those wishing to participate via video teleconferencing may do so via the Microsoft Teams video-teleconferencing platform via the link https://bit.ly/3p5Paf3.

The full rules and a full copy of the public-hearing notice are available at the Department of Liquor Control in the Lihu‘e Civic Center, Mo‘ikeha Building, 4444 Rice St., Suite 120, during normal business, or at kauai.gov/liquor.

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