New York State requires legal notices of applications for liquor licenses under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law be published for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper that covers the municipality where the establishment seeking the license is located (if available) and has been designated by the County Clerk. The Scarsdale Inquirer, a weekly paper that publishes every Friday, is a designated newspaper for publishing such notices in Westchester County.
Cost: The fee to run your notice in The Scarsdale Inquirer for two consecutive weeks is $90. This amount includes the issuance and mailing of two affidavits of publication.
Deadline: Legal notices must be placed by 5 p.m. Tuesday, week of publication. The deadline is moved up a day (to Monday) for weeks with a holiday that falls on a weekday other than a Monday.
Please note: Type the notice exactly as you want it published in The Scarsdale Inquirer. View samples of liquor license notices.
To place your notice, go to the legal notices form page and indicate the type of notice you are submitting. Complete the form, including the name and address of where the affidavits of publication should be mailed and billing/credit card information. The affidavits of publication will be mailed to you after the second (final) insertion of the notice has been published.