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(Texas Alcohol and Beverage Commission)

Michelle Matus,PCC
Tax Assessor-Collector

The Bee County Tax Office will take action under the TABC Code,
Section 61.36  and 11.38

The commission or administrator may cancel or deny a permit for the retail sale or service of alcoholic beverages, including a permit held by the holder of a food and beverage certificate, if it finds that the permit holder or applicant has not paid delinquent ad valorem taxes due on that permitted premises or due from a business operated on that premises to any taxing authority in the county of the premises. 
For purposes of this subsection, a permit holder or applicant is presumed delinquent in the payment of taxes due if the permit holder or applicant:     

  1. is placed on a delinquent tax roll prepared under Section 33.03, Tax Code; 
  2. has received a notice of delinquency under Section 33.04, Tax Code; and        
  3. has not made payment required under Section 42.08, Tax Code.

or to cancel or remove current licenses and/or permits if delinquent ad valorem taxes are due .

Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code: