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Utah Lawmakers took another critical look at the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control on Wednesday amid reports that the department's executive director will resign. Dennis Kellen, the executive director of DABC who has been with the agency that controls liquor sales in the state for decades, was on an overseas vacation* and could not be reached for comment.
Last month, he met with Utah Gov. Gary Herbert about the audit and said afterward he did not offer to resign. But there was talk on Capitol Hill Wednesday that Kellen will step down at next week's DABC Commission meeting following a controversial legislative audit showing that a privately run package liquor agency lost $300,000.