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Change in duration of permits
Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) CHAPTER 3-B, ARTICLE 7
§ 99-e. Change in duration of permits. The liquor authority is
authorized to change the periods during which permits authorized by
sections ninety-one, ninety-one-a, ninety-two, ninety-two-a,
ninety-three, ninety-three-a, ninety-four, ninety-five, ninety-six,
ninety-six-a and ninety-nine-b of this article, shall be effective and
to establish the commencement dates, duration and expiration dates
thereof, provided that no such permit shall be effective for a period in
excess of three years. When any change or changes are made in the
duration of any such permit, the permit fee shall be equal to the annual
permit fee specified in this article multiplied by the number of years
for which such permit is issued. Any other provision of any other law to
the contrary notwithstanding, an applicant, other than a not-for-profit
organization as defined in section one hundred seventy-nine-q of the
state finance law, shall not be issued a temporary permit pursuant to
section ninety-seven of this article for events to take place upon any
premise for which the authority has issued any license, or has issued a
permit more than four times within any one year period, provided however
that the authority may, in its sole discretion, issue additional single
permits if it shall determine upon the issuance of each that (a) the
application for such permit is not an attempt to circumvent licensing
provisions of this chapter, and (b) the issuance of such permit would
not be a detriment to the community or the surrounding neighborhood as
such shall be determined by the authority after consultation with
municipal authorities and police agencies and community boards for the
purpose of reviewing community or neighborhood or police agency
complaints, or violations of state or local laws. The liquor authority
may make such rules as shall be appropriate to carry out the purpose of
this section.