Borough of Wyoming, PA
Luzerne County
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[Ord. 11/9/1981, § 1]
This Part shall be known and may be cited as the regulation of alcoholic beverages in the Borough of Wyoming.
[Ord. 11/9/1981, § 2]
1. 
No person, individual, group or association, shall possess, carry or transport liquor, wine, beer or other alcoholic beverages in an open container in or upon any public sidewalk, street, lane, highway, building, parking lot or private property of another within the Borough of Wyoming.
2. 
No person, individual, group or association, shall possess, carry or transport liquor, wine, beer or other alcoholic beverages in an open container while operating a motor vehicle in or upon any public sidewalk, street, lane, highway, parking lot or private property of another within the Borough of Wyoming.
3. 
No person, individual, group or association, shall possess, carry or transport liquor, wine, beer or other alcoholic beverages when the said bottle of beer has been separated from the original package, or where the seal of the bottle of liquor, wine or other alcoholic beverage has been opened, in or upon any public sidewalk, street, lane, highway, parking lot or private property of another in the Borough of Wyoming.
4. 
No personal, individual, group or association shall possess, carry or transport liquor, wine, beer or other alcoholic beverages while operating a motor vehicle when the said bottle beer has been separated from the original package, or where the seal of the bottle of liquor, wine or other alcoholic beverage has been opened within the Borough of Wyoming.
5. 
No person, individual, group or association shall drink or otherwise consume any liquor, wine, beer or other alcoholic beverage in or upon any of the aforesaid areas within the Borough of Wyoming, unless the said consumer has satisfied the requirements as hereinafter set forth in § 6-503.
6. 
No person, individual, group or association shall discard alcoholic or other beverage containers upon any public sidewalk, street, lane, highway, parking lot, park, recreation, public or private property within the Borough of Wyoming without first obtaining the express permission of the said Borough.
[Ord. 11/9/1981, § 3]
1. 
A permit must first be obtained before an individual, group or association can distribute or consume liquor, wine, beer or other alcoholic beverages on public or private property in the Borough.
2. 
When a permit is required, the said individual, group or association must apply with the Chief of Police of the Borough, or his duly authorized representative, no later than three days prior to the date scheduled for the using of such beverages.
3. 
When the liquor, wine, beer or other alcoholic beverage is to be consumed by the owner of the private residence and his guest at the said owners residence, a permit will not be required.
[Ord. 11/9/1981, § 4]
1. 
When a permit is required, the said individuals, group or association or duly authorized representative must expressly agree in writing to assume full responsibility for supervising the conduct of the said group of individual as benefitting from such permit and to properly clean up and restore the premises after use to their prior conditions.
2. 
When a permit is required, the said individuals, group or association must further agree in writing that adequate precautions shall be taken to insure that minors will not be served or allowed to consume alcoholic beverages at the permitted event or gathering.
3. 
When a permit is required, the said individuals, group or association shall agree in writing that no alcoholic beverages will be distributed or consumed other than on the specified premises described in the permit and only during the time stated therein.
[Ord. 11/9/1981, § 5]
No permit will be issued to any individual, group or association which has previously been issued a permit and has failed to comply with the provisions thereof.
[Ord. 11/9/1981, § 6; as amended by A.O.]
Any person, firm or corporation who shall violate any provision of this Part, upon conviction thereof in an action brought before a magisterial district judge in the manner provided for the enforcement of summary offenses under the Pennsylvania Rules of Criminal Procedure, shall be sentenced to pay a fine of not less than $25 nor more than $1,000 plus costs together with reasonable attorney fees and, in default of payment of said fine and costs, to a term of imprisonment not to exceed 90 days. Each day that a violation of this Part continues or each section of this Part which shall be found to have been violated shall constitute a separate offense.