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Published February 21, 2012 1:45 pm
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Want to give your two cents about Utah liquor operations? Here's your chance, and you don't even have to leave home.

Tonight at 6 p.m. the special DABC Review Committee, will hold a Twitter Town Hall, the first of two public events to gather input for their upcoming report to the Democratic Leaders of the Utah Legislature.

After audits showed waste and mismanagement in the DABC, Democratic lawmakers called for an independent business-led review of the agency's structure, processes and policies. A special committee, made up of restaurant, brewery and industry leaders, was formed to create a comprehensive report on how to address the DABC shortcomings.Tonight's Twitter Town Hall is designed to gather public input, and provide an opportunity for Utah citizens to ask questions and give feedback.

To particiate go to Twitter.com and follow @DABCreview

If you just want to follow the conversation, use this hashtag: #DABCreviewWant to talk to someone in person at a later date? Here's a list of the DABC Review Committee Members:Co-chair, Peter S. Cooke, CEO of PSC Enterprises and Major General, US Army, retiredCo-chair, Jeff Hatch, former Salt Lake County Auditor and former President/General Manager of KUTV Channel 2Co-chair, Stephen Schubach, CEO of Standard OpticalScott Evans, Owner, Pago RestaurantDavid Cole and Peter Erickson, Co-Founders, Epic Brewing CompanyDave Sabey, Founder, Moab BreweryBrett Birt, Vice President, Golden BeverageTamara Gibo, owner of Takashi SushiKris Bodeen, co-owner of Tsunami RestaurantDave DeSeelhorst, CEO, Solitude Mountain Resort




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