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License Renewal Application for 2023

  1. Town of Middleton License Renewal Form 2023

    Please use this form to request your license renewal for 2023. Please remit a properly signed State Tax Form (REAP) and pay applicable fees to the Town of Middleton no later than November 28, 2022. License fees shall be paid by either cashier’s check, bank check or online. All license fees must be received in this office no later than November 28, 2022, in order to have your license renewed for January 1, 2023.  All documents must be completed and uploaded to this form along with payment to successfully apply for the renewal of your licenses. **You must complete this form for each of your locations.

  2. General Information
  3. Are all inspections for business current and valid?*

    All inspections must be completed in order for the Select Board to approve the renewal of your business' licenses. Licenses will not be issued until the Town Administrator's office is in receipt of Building and Fire inspection certificates.  

  4. Are all taxes owed to the Town of Middleton paid?*

    All Personal Property as well as Property Tax must be paid current.

  5. Are Utility Bills Current?*
    All utility bills owed to the Middleton Electrical Department and the Danvers Water Department in order to renew your license.
  6. Retail Liquor License Renewal Application Guidelines

    Without exception, all annual alcoholic beverages licensees are required to renew their alcoholic beverages license by November 30 of each year. All retail license renewal applications must be signed by an authorized corporate officer, individual or partner and filed with the Local Licensing Authority between November 1 and November 30. Licensees who are in the process of transferring their licenses are required to file the renewal application until the transfer has occurred and they are no longer the licensee of record. Licensees are responsible for correcting any differences between their files and the ABCC license file on the renewal application in red ink.  An LLA Certification Form / Form 43 verifying these changes have been ABCC approved must be attached to the license renewal application in order to change the official ABCC license file. All on-premises M.G.L. c. 138, §12 licensees must provide proof of the required liquor liability insurance and a copy of the required Fire Safety Inspection Certificate to the Local Licensing Authorities.

  7. All renewal applications must be signed during the month of November. All individuals who have a disclosed and approved direct or indirect beneficial interest in the license are authorized to sign the renewal application. This includes: Any individual with a direct ownership interest; a shareholder, director, or officer of a corporation; a member or manager of a limited liability company; the license manager; an appointed trustee in bankruptcy; an appointed administrator/executor of the estate of a deceased licensee; a pledge-holder, approved pursuant to M.G.L. c. 138, § 23, who has filed the financing statement required and who has foreclosed on the pledge in compliance with the procedures established under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, M.G.L. c. 106. The ABCC recognizes difficulty in obtaining signatures on paper renewal applications.  For renewals only, local licensing authorities may accept electronic signatures for renewal applications.   Licensees are reminded that permitting an unauthorized signatory to sign its renewal application will result in mandatory revocation of its license, pursuant to M.G.L. c. 138, §§ 16A & 64.

  8. Electronic Signature Agreement
    By checking the "I agree" box below, you agree and acknowledge that 1) your application will not be signed in the sense of a traditional paper document, 2) by signing in this alternate manner, you authorize your electronic signature to be valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature, and 3) you may still be required to provide a traditional signature at a later date.
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