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RESOURCES & DOCUMENTS:

★  Friday Night Live County Directory (June 2019)


Chapter Profiles

Complete one Chapter Profile for each Friday Night Live, Club Live, Friday Night Live Kids, Friday Night Live Mentoring, and County Youth Council chapter that is active in your county in the 2019-2020 program year. Submissions will be accepted on an on-going basis, but please submit a profile as soon as possible once the chapter has been established. Paper submissions will not be accepted, online submissions only.
Direct questions to Debbie Whitted at debbiew@tcoe.org or (559)733-6496 x1262.

Chapter Profile: https://forms.gle/tcew9CnBGFwrcZPF9 

Download a copy of the Chapter Profile form for reference: 2019-20 CFNLP Chapter Profile Form


County Profile

Complete your FNL County Profile by September 30, 2019. 
Paper submissions will not be accepted, online submissions only. One submission per County.
Direct questions to Debbie Whitted at debbiew@tcoe.org or (559)733-6496 x1262.

County Profile: https://forms.gle/mxaFgzgLfxGekJQM8 

Download a copy of the County Profile form for reference: 2019 County Profile Form

CURRENT EVENTS & OTHER NEWS: 

Let your voice be heard!

SB 58: 4am Bar Bill - Take Action!

Bill Text: SB 58, as amended, Wiener. Alcoholic beverages: hours of sale.

The Alcoholic Beverage Control Act provides that any on- or off-sale licensee, or agent or employee of the licensee, who sells, gives, or delivers to any person any alcoholic beverage between the hours of 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. of the same day, and any person who knowingly purchases any alcoholic beverages between those hours, is guilty of a misdemeanor. Existing law provides for moneys collected as fees pursuant to the act to be deposited in the Alcohol Beverage Control Fund, with those moneys generally allocated to the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control upon appropriation by the Legislature.
This bill, beginning January 1, 2021, and before January 2, 2026, would require the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control to conduct a pilot program that would authorize the department to issue an additional hours license to an on-sale licensee located in a qualified city that would authorize, with or without conditions, the selling, giving, or purchasing of alcoholic beverages at the licensed premises between the hours of 2 a.m. and 4 a.m., upon completion of specified requirements by the qualified city in which the licensee is located. The bill would impose specified fees related to the license to be deposited in the Alcohol Beverage Control Fund. The bill would require the applicant to notify specified persons of the application for an additional hours license and would provide a procedure for protest and hearing regarding the application. The bill would require the Department of the California Highway Patrol and each qualified city that has elected to participate in the program to submit reports to the Legislature and specified committees regarding the regional impact of the additional hours licenses, as specified. The bill would provide that any person under 21 years of age who enters and remains in the licensed public premises during the additional serving hours without lawful business therein is guilty of a misdemeanor, as provided. The pilot program would apply to Cathedral City, Coachella, Fresno, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Oakland, Palm Springs, Sacramento, San Francisco, and West Hollywood.

*Click here to read the complete bill text*