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Mr. Roy Hale

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Planner and Performance Analyst

Phone: (512) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: r***@***.us
Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission
5806 Mesa Drive
Austin , Texas 78731
United States

Company Description: Created in 1935, the TABC is the state agency responsible for regulating and supervising all aspects of the alcoholic beverage industry in Texas. To report a...   more
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"The state's becoming increasingly wet," said Roy Hale, a spokesman for TABC.
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"The state's becoming increasingly wet," said Roy Hale, a spokesman for TABC.
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The state is even home to 37 dry counties, which date back to Prohibition, according to Roy Hale, program specialist at the Austin-based Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission."Most are located in East and far West Texas," he noted.
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The state is even home to 37 dry counties, which date back to Prohibition, according to Roy Hale, program specialist at the Austin-based Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission."Most are located in East and far West Texas," he noted.
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"It's not going to be a fast process," said Roy Hale, a program specialist with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission in Austin."There is a lot of material that must be provided to our offices before we can issue a permit and even in the best of worlds, it's not going to happen by tomorrow."
Hale said a restaurant must take several steps before being allowed to sell drinks under the new permit guidelines.
"First, they have to get an application to serve alcohol and get approved by the city and county," Hale said.
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"Once the city and county approve it, the application is submitted to the TABC, and then our field offices review the application," Hale said."After our people clear it in the field, it is submitted to the state offices, and we can usually get a permit printed within a couple weeks."
If a restaurant has never served alcohol through a private club status, the process can take longer.
"You can automatically add 60 days to the process because those businesses must advertise their intent in the local newspaper and local citizens have an option to protest it," Hale said.
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