(a)(1) Within 180 days after May 3, 2001, the Mayor shall issue conforming regulations necessary or appropriate to carry out the provisions of this title.
(2) The Mayor shall submit the proposed regulations to the Council for a 45-day period of review. The Council may approve the proposed regulations in whole or in part. If the Council has not approved the regulations upon expiration of the 45-day review period, the regulations shall be deemed disapproved.
(3) The current regulations in Chapter 23 of the District of Columbia Municipal Regulations shall remain in effect until the Council approves new regulations as provided in this subsection.
(b)(1) The Mayor shall submit other proposed regulations to the Council for a 90-day period of review, excluding days of Council recess.
(2) The Council may approve the proposed regulations in whole or in part. If the Council has not approved the regulations upon expiration of the 90-day review period, the regulations shall be deemed disapproved; except, that upon the expiration of the 90-day review period, regulations issued pursuant to § 25-351 shall be deemed approved.
(3) The Mayor may submit proposed regulations under this subsection regarding the regulation of promotional events such as pub crawls.
(c) The Mayor may in any time of public emergency, without previous notice or advertisement, prohibit the sale of any or all alcoholic beverages.
(d) Any regulations promulgated under this section shall become effective 5 days after being published in the District of Columbia Register.
(e) Within 180 days after May 3, 2001, the Board shall implement a process to provide additional notification, via electronic media, to the public and Advisory Neighborhood Commissions of the publication of proposed and adopted regulations.
(f) The Board shall establish, under subsection (b) of this section, procedures to implement § 25-601 to:
(1) Receive written complaints from the public, regarding community concerns about the activity at a site;
(2) Conduct protest hearings regarding community concerns filed under paragraph (1) of this subsection; and
(3) Place restrictions upon the number, nature, or size of events permitted at a site, based on findings of fact and conclusions of law determining that events at the site have violated District of Columbia law and created parking, trash, noise, congestion or other alcohol-related problems which have been substantially injurious to neighborhood residents.