(A)   If any persons or information identified on the application submitted to the village for a new or renewal license shall no longer be accurate or changes (e.g., the liquor manager or the person upon whom service may be made within the village limits), then the licensee shall notify the village of the change in information no later than seven calendar days after the change occurred. It shall also no longer be permissible for a licensee to impose a hold order or forwarding order for mail service for any person identified in the application as the persons to receive notices or mail. Failure to timely and properly notify the village of changes in the information submitted in the application shall subject the licensee to possible discipline by the Liquor Commission as set forth in this chapter.
   (B)   Licenses issued by the Local Liquor Control Commissioner apply only to the premises described in the application and in the license issued hereon, and only one location shall be so described in each license. After a license has been granted for the particular premises, the Local Liquor Control Commissioner upon proper showing may endorse upon said license permission to abandon the premises therein described and remove therefrom to the other premises approved by said Local Liquor Control Commissioner, but in order to obtain such approval, the licensee shall file with the State Liquor Commission and the Local Liquor Control Commissioner a request in writing and a statement, under oath, which shall show that the premises to which removal is to be made comply in all respects with the requirements of this chapter, the laws of the State of Illinois and all rules made in pursuance thereof.
   (C)   Any change in the individual or the duly authorized agent or principal made during the term of the license which requires an investigation shall be accompanied by a non-refundable fee in the amount of $50 for each such change made during the year. Any request for any amendment to the status of any licensee or any request for any other relief under the Liquor Code that requires a meeting of the Liquor Commission (other than an application for a new license or the renewal of a license) shall be accompanied by a non- refundable fee in the amount of $800 for each meeting required of the Liquor Commission to consider such requests.
(Ord. 2019-39, passed 11-4-19)