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September 08, 2021

Administrative disciplinary proceedings via electronic means proposed by the NYS Liquor Authority

In an effort to modernize "outdated administrative disciplinary procedures" the New York State Liquor Authority has proposed amending 9 NYCRR §§54.1, 54.2, 54.3, 54.6 and 80.6 to provide for the service of pleadings via electronic means [see New York State Register I.D. No. LQR-36-21-00002-P] pursuant to Alcoholic Beverage Control Law §119, subdivisions (2) and (3) and §§201 and 203 of the State Administrative Procedure Act. 

Text of the proposed rule and any required statements and analyses may be obtained from Paul Karamanol, Esq., Senior Attorney, State Liquor Authority, 80 South Swan St., Suite 900, Albany, NY 12210, (518) 486-6743.

Data, views or arguments may be submitted Mr. Karamanol and public comment will be received until five days after the last scheduled public hearing.

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