Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (District of Columbia)

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Alcoholic Beverage Control Board
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Logo of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Administration
Department overview
Jurisdiction District of Columbia
Headquarters Frank D. Reeves Center of Municipal Affairs
38°55′03″N 77°01′57″W / 38.917538°N 77.032505°W / 38.917538; -77.032505Coordinates: 38°55′03″N 77°01′57″W / 38.917538°N 77.032505°W / 38.917538; -77.032505
Department executive
Website www.abra.dc.gov

The Alcoholic Beverage Control Board is an independent adjudicatory body of the District of Columbia. Under Title 25 of the D.C. Official Code, the Board is responsible for overseeing the District's Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration and hiring its director, conducting investigations, the licensing process, handling complaints, keeping of records, and referral of evidence of criminal misconduct to the proper authorities.

The Board is composed of seven members, appointed by the Mayor of the District of Columbia and confirmed by the Council of the District of Columbia; their terms are for four years. The current chairman of the Board is Donovan Anderson.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "ABC Board". Alcoholic Beverage Control Administration. Retrieved February 12, 2012.

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