Prior to July 1, 2018 when the Vermont Lottery and Liquor Control were combined into one department, Vermont Liquor Control was managed by he Vermont Liquor Control Board. These meetings were held prior to July 1, 2018.
On July 1, 2018 the Board of Liquor and Lottery came into existance through the merger of the Vermont Liquor Control Board and the Vermont Lottery Commission. The meetings since July 1, 2018 are listed here. Meetings held by the previous boards can be found on the Liquor Control Board Meetings and Lottery Commission Meetings.
Prior to July 1, 2018 when the Vermont Lottery and Liquor Control were combined into one department, the Vermont Lottery was managed by the Vermont Lottery Commission. These meetings were held prior to July 1, 2018.
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The Board of Liquor and Lottery may suspend or revoke liquor licenses and impose fines for violations of the alcohol statutes and regulations. When a violation is charged, the licensee is entitled to a formal hearing before the Board. A licensee may, however, waive the formal hearing and accept an agreed upon penalty without contesting the charges, and without personal appearance before the Board. In these cases, the Board’s practice is as follows:
As of July 1, 2018 the Departments of Liquor Control and Lottery combined into the Department of Liquor and Lottery. The Liquor Control Board and the Lottery Commission combined into a single entity now called the Liquor and Lottery Board. Decisions made by the Liquor Control Board prior to July 1, 2018 may be found at the following page: Liquor Control Board Decisions.
Vermont Board of Liquor & Lottery