The ACC comprised of citizen appointees and Rome City Commission representatives meets at 5 p.m. in the Sam King Room of City Hall.
Click here to read a previous story about the penalty guideline debate.
The hearing was postponed at the boards June meeting, pending results of a Georgia Department of Revenue administrative hearing.
The DOR conducted a sting operation in late May as a follow-up to an October 2007 investigation that caught 13 Rome restaurants serving alcohol to minors. Only Olive Garden was cited in this go-round.
Temporary license suspensions for the fall violators led to heated discussion regarding penalties and a January change in the ACC membership.
The ACC also is scheduled to discuss potential revisions to its penalty guidelines and review the food-to-drink ratio at McCrobies, 325 Broad St.
Rome establishments serving alcohol must get at least 50 percent of their revenue from food sales.