(A)   Applications for liquor licenses which are incomplete or fail to contain the statements of information required by § 111.16 of this chapter shall be rejected by the Liquor Commissioner. The Commissioner shall issue a written rejection of such application setting forth the deficiencies in the application within 60 days of its receipt by the Liquor Commissioner or by the Village Clerk. Prior to such rejection, the applicant may submit the additional information or statements required to complete such application in accordance with § 111.16 of this chapter.
   (B)   Administrative or legal expenses incurred in reviewing incomplete liquor license applications, advising the applicant of such deficiencies, and rejecting such applications shall be paid by the applicant. A bill or invoice shall be submitted to the applicant specifying the additional administrative or legal expenses incurred in processing the applicant’s incomplete liquor license application, which shall be paid by the applicant together with the annual license fee prior to the issuance of such liquor license.
(Prior Code, § 110.013) (Ord. 93-014, passed 5-24-1993)