AABC

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AABCAmerican Association of Birth Centers (Perkiomenville, PA)
AABCAssociated Air Balance Council
AABCAmerican Amateur Baseball Congress
AABCArchives Association of British Columbia
AABCAccrediting Association of Bible Colleges
AABCAbove and Beyond Cleaning, Inc. (Tampa, FL)
AABCAarhus Business College (Aahus, Denmark)
AABCArthur Andersen Business Consulting
AABCArchitect Accredited in Building Conservation (UK)
AABCAustralian Associated Bonsai Clubs
AABCAdaptive Absorbing Boundary Condition
AABCArkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control
AABCAustro American Bridge Club
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Caption: Langley served as director of the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Division from 2007 to 2015.
Here are more details: Michael Peace, 31, of Little Rock plans to open Maduro Cigar Bar & Lounge by early February, although the opening is pending the city of Little Rock's approval of a conditional use permit for the operation, as well as awarding of a private club permit and permits for serving wine, beer and liquor on the Maduro premises from Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control.
Most of the dry counties--40 after the loss of Clark and Boone--have liquor available by the glass at permitted private clubs, but the recent votes mean the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Board will be able to issue permits in those two counties for all kinds of alcohol sales allowed by state law.
Restaurants in Jonesboro must have private club permits from the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Board to serve alcohol in "dry" Craighead County.
Jonesboro restaurants must have private club permits from the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Board to serve alcohol in "dry" Craighead County.
For the second time, the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Board voted to award Josie's at the Lockhouse of Batesville a permit to serve alcohol in a dry county.
Despite heavy opposition, the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Board last month made Piero's the first restaurant in downtown Jonesboro to receive a private club permit necessary to serve alcohol in a "dry" county.
The change was required by the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control, which belatedly ruled that a restaurant can't use the name of an alcoholic drink as part of its business name.
According to sources at the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Board in Little Rock, Clark's restaurant on 6805 Cantrell has had its liquor license suspended for delinquent tax payments.
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