Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Returns More Than $2 Million in Licensing Fees to Pennsylvania Communities
HARRISBURG, Pa., March 8, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board today announced the return of approximately $2.3 million in licensing fees to nearly 1,200 municipalities where licensees are located.
The PLCB oversees the regulation of more than 17,000 liquor licenses and permits state-wide, including restaurants, clubs and beer distributors. As part of their annual renewal or license validation, licensees and permitees pay a fee ranging from $125 to $700, based on the type of license and population of the municipality in which the license is located. As required by law, the PLCB returns the fees to those municipalities twice a year.
Municipalities in each of Pennsylvania's 67 counties receive funds ranging from $25.00 to more than $1 million biannually, depending on the number of licensees located in their area.
For more information about the Liquor Control Board, visit www.lcb.state.pa.us.
Editor's Note: For the complete list of municipalities receiving fee distributions, visit: http://www.lcbapps.lcb.state.pa.us/webapp/Links/CRE_40_8_1_2011_to_1_31_2012_P_O_release.pdf
Media contact: Stacey Witalec or Stacy Kriedeman, 717-783-8864
SOURCE Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board
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