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TITLE 23
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
CHAPTER 9
RETAIL SALE OF LIQUOR BY THE DRINK
23-957.  Year-round liquor license. (1) Nothing in this chapter shall prohibit the issuance of not more than twelve (12) licenses to the owner, operator or lessee of beverage, lodging or dining facilities located and operated within the ownership, boundaries, or leasehold premises of a year-round resort.
(2)  Nothing contained in this chapter shall prohibit the issuance of a license to the owner, operator or lessee of a golf course, ski resort, cross-country skiing facility or waterfront resort, as defined in sections 23-903, 23-903a and 23-948, Idaho Code, located within the ownership, boundaries, or leasehold premises of a year-round resort, provided that such license shall count against the maximum number of licenses allowed by subsection (1) of this section.
(3)  No license issued to the owner, operator or lessee of beverage, lodging or dining facilities located and operated within the ownership, boundaries, or leasehold premises of a year-round resort shall be transferable to another location or facility located outside the ownership, boundaries, or leasehold premises of the year-round resort.
(4)  The fees for licenses granted to the owner, operator or lessee of beverage, lodging or dining facilities located and operated within the ownership, boundaries, or leasehold premises of a year-round resort shall be the same as those prescribed for year-round resorts in section 23-904(10), Idaho Code.
(5)  "Year-round resort" means a resort open to the public year-round that shall have all of the following within the ownership, boundaries, or leasehold premises of the resort:
(a)  Cross-country skiing on not less than thirty (30) kilometers of groomed cross-country skiing trails;
(b)  Alpine skiing on real property of not less than eight hundred fifty (850) acres, operating two (2) or more chairlifts with a vertical lift of two thousand eight hundred (2,800) feet or more, and having operating snowmaking equipment providing coverage to at least seventy-five (75) acres of skiing;
(c)  A golf course having:
(i)   No less than eighteen (18) holes with greens, fairways and tees laid out in the usual and regular manner of a golf course;
(ii)  A total distance of seven thousand (7,000) yards as measured by totaling the tee-to-green distance of all holes; and
(iii) The course planted in grass;
(d)  Mountain bike activities that include at least twelve (12) miles of single-track trails, chairlift-served access to at least two thousand eight hundred (2,800) feet of vertical descent and a full-service bike rental and repair facility; and
(e)  At least seventy (70) private residences and accommodations available to provide overnight lodging and dining facilities serving at least two (2) meals per day for at least five hundred (500) persons located within the ownership, boundaries, or leasehold premises of the resort.

History:
[23-957, added 2006, ch. 449, sec. 2, p. 1334; am. 2008, ch. 178, sec. 2, p. 530; am. 2019, ch. 88, sec. 1, p. 216.]


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