New Hampshire Liquor Commission
|State of New Hampshire Liquor Commission|
The global shape represents the world wide products the Commission sells, the triangular shape represents the shape of the State and the "L" shape on the left and lower part of the triangle stands for liquor
|Jurisdiction||State of New Hampshire|
|Headquarters||50 Storrs Street, Concord, NH 03301|
The commission is composed of three commissioners: Joseph W. Mollica (Chairman since 2010), Mark M. Bodi, and Michael R. Milligan. The term of commissioners is six years, and no more than two commissioners may belong to the same political party.
The Liquor Commission has four divisions:
- Enforcement and Licensing – Responsible for the enforcement of all liquor laws and rules as well as the licensing of all private businesses that are involved with alcoholic beverages.
- Marketing and Sales – Operates the retail and wholesale business part of the Commission. It is responsible for the operation of all state liquor stores, merchandising, advertising, warehousing and transportation.
- Administrative Services - Responsible for information technology, human resource management, plant maintenance, general administrative support to the Commission, and liaison activities with the Governor & Executive Council, the Legislature, and other state agencies.
- Financial Administration - Responsible for maintaining effective and efficient management of the Liquor Commission's financial affairs.
- "Liquor Commission". New Hampshire Liquor Commission. Retrieved January 27, 2012.
- "New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated. Title XIII: Alcoholic Beverages. Chapter 176: The Liquor Commission. Section 176:1". New Hampshire General Court. Retrieved January 27, 2012.
- New Hampshire Liquor Commission
- New Hampshire alcoholic beverage laws
- Liquor Commission administration rules