The city of Danielsville plans to increase its beer and wine license fees to bring the town more in line with surrounding municipalities.
The council plans to increase fees from the current $350 per year for a license that covers both beer and wine to $500 each, or a $1,000 annual fee for both a beer and wine license. Mayor Todd Higdon said the city’s license fee was the lowest of any surrounding municipality except for the county’s license fee.
The council will vote on the measure at a special called meeting just prior to their monthly work session Oct. 8, Oct. 29. The increase, if approved, will take effect in 2013. The city currently receives approximately $1,750 in annual beer/wine license revenue. The new license fees will increase that revenue to approximately $5,000.
The council also discussed the city’s new accounting software, which city clerk Susan Payne said will make utility billing and accounting simpler and more accurate, once the “kinks” of the new system are worked out.
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