September 21, 2009 · Filed Under Events and News 

The city of Fort Worth has applied for a Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) license/permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages at the restaurant in the Fort Worth Museum of Science & History located at the following address: 1600 Gendy Street. 

City ordinance prohibits the sale of alcoholic beverages within 300 feet of a church, school or public hospital, unless the City Council has granted a variance. The City of Fort Worth certifies the application for distance and schedules a City Council hearing if the applicant requests a variance. This information is provided to the TABC prior to the TABC issuing the alcoholic beverage permit.

The TABC is responsible for issuing the alcoholic beverage permit. Persons objecting or protesting the issuance of a permit must complete a TABC Protest Form and file the form with the TABC office. The TABC cannot deny a license or a permit purely on the basis that a protest has been filed.

The TABC Legal Department makes decisions to go forward with the protest and schedule a hearing. If a hearing is scheduled, it will be held in or near Fort Worth. The protesting party will be notified at least 10 days in advance of the time and place of the hearing.

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