Town of Putnam, CT
Windham County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town of Putnam as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Adopted 6-29-1936 STM, as amended 10-28-1980 STM]
In accordance with PA 80-181 of the Connecticut General Statutes,[1] hotels, restaurants, and clubs shall be allowed to sell alcoholic liquors between 12:00 noon Sunday and 1:00 a.m. Monday.
[1]
Editor's Note: See C.G.S. § 30-91.
[Adopted 5-12-1958 (C)]
No building or premises which, prior to the effective date of this article, is not the site or location of a business where alcoholic beverage is sold at retail for consumption off the premises under a package store permit, a package store beer permit, a grocery store beer permit, a druggist permit for beer and/or liquor shall thereafter be used either in whole or in part for the sale of alcoholic beverages, liquor, wine, beer or ale, under any of the aforesaid permits issued by the Liquor Control Commission of the State of Connecticut. No new permit shall be used in any building or premises if entrance to such building or premises shall be within a radius of 1,500 feet from any other entrance to any other building or premises which shall be used for the sale of the alcoholic beverages, liquor, wine, beer or ale under any of the aforesaid permits.
This article shall permit any permittee using any building or premises for the sale of said beverages under said permits issued by the Liquor Control Commission of the State of Connecticut to move said place of business to another building or premises within the radius of 1,500 feet as above described, provided:
A. 
Said other building or premises is not more than a radius of 750 feet from the building or premises formerly occupied by said permittee for said purposes; and
B. 
Said removal shall be in accordance with the Liquor Control Commission and the rules and regulations of the Liquor Control Act.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See C.G.S. Ch. 545.
If any buildings or premises within the radius of 1,500 feet above described and used for the sale of alcoholic beverages under the aforesaid permits shall cease to be actually so used under any such permit, such buildings or premises shall not again be used for the sale of alcoholic beverages under permits described above unless application shall be made within 30 days of such cessation to the State Liquor Control Commission for one of the permits described above for the sale of alcoholic beverages in said buildings or premises.
This article shall affect all buildings, premises, and permits now in use and buildings, premises and permits used in the future as described above and authorized by the Liquor Control Commission.
The words "alcoholic beverages" include the four varieties of liquor defined as alcohol, spirits, wine, beer, and every liquor, patented or not, containing said liquid as defined, although capable of being consumed by a human being for beverage purposes as defined in Chapter 204, Part 1, Section 4222(5), of the Liquor Control Act.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See C.G.S. § 30-1.
The classes of permits described in this article are as listed in Chapter 204, as amended by the Liquor Control Act, Part IV, Section 4237G:[1]
A. 
Package store permit.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: See C.G.S. § 30-20, Subsection (a).
B. 
Package store beer permit.
C. 
Grocery store beer permit.[3]
[3]
Editor's Note: See C.G.S. § 30-20, Subsection (b).
D. 
Druggist permit.[4]
[4]
Editor's Note: See C.G.S. § 30-36.
E. 
Druggist permit for beer only.
[1]
Editor's Note: See C.G.S. Ch. 545, Part IV.