Thank you for your question.
If you are there, I need a few questions answered so that I can provide you with a full answer
I understand that you are seeking to put up a sign on an adjacent piece of property which advertises your establishment, is that correct?
OK. Is it a bar, or a restaurant?
this is a full liquor bar. no restaurant facilities at this time
we are located on county property, outside city limits, if that has any bearing
OK. There could also be local restrictions that I would need to inform you about. What county?
Alright. I'm going to need some time to research this matter. I'm going to check the state codes and then search through any Guadalupe County local regulations that I can find on line. Since this will take a while, I am going to switch us out of Chat Mode and into Q&A mode. This will allow you to leave your computer and check back with me in a little while.
no problem. I am watching shows on hulu, so I will be at my computer most of the evening.
I am curious
Before I go, is the premises serving only as a bar, or are there other uses that you will using (live music, adult entertainment, etc.)?
sorry for the bad grammar there
What weight would your legal opinion have should we get in trouble for putting up a sign, should you say we are good, and tabs disagrees
we offer live music once a week and karaoke once a week. no food other than snacks....
we have outdoor events planned for the future
tabs, lol. meant tabc
no adult entertainment ( nudes and the like)
Sound like it will be a fun place. Unfortunately, my legal opinion in this format does not carry any weight. It would be best to engage an attorney in Austin to provide legal opinions of this nature. I am located in Houston.
You would want someone who has a connection with TABC
So that there opinion would carry weight.
ok, well if your response tells me that it may be possible then I will seek out such a person.
It would also likely be referred up to the attorney general at that point for a letter opinion, and the closer your attorney is to the AG's office, the better.
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX formats. Check back in around 30 minutes or so for the answer.
ok. thank you
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