OLCC Commissioners Approve Marijuana License Stipulated Settlements

At its regular monthly meeting on June 17, 2021, the Commission approved five stipulated settlements for violations committed by recreational marijuana licensees, and a stipulated settlement for a marijuana worker permit holder.  The Commission also approved restrictions on applicant for a recreational marijuana retailer license and recreational marijuana producer license, and initiated rulemaking to address changes in marijuana law approved during the 2021 legislative session.

Commissioners ratified the following violation fines and suspensions based on stipulated settlements (detailed information on specific cases can be found hereon the OLCC website):

ATLAS FARMS will pay a $1,485 fine OR serve a nine day recreational marijuana producer license suspension for one violation.

Licensee is: Lopaka Farms, LLC; Robert Wald, Member; Max Murray, Member.

EUFLORIA will pay an $11,295 fine OR serve a 53-day recreational marijuana producer license suspension for two violations.

Licensee is: ZPD, LLC; Zane Dorr, Member.

SKUNK VALLEY FARM will pay a $4,785 fine AND serve an eight-day recreational marijuana producer license suspension OR serve a 37-day license suspension for three violations.

Licensees are: Skunk Valley Farms, LLC; Jasper Smith, Managing Member; Christine Smith, Member; Terrald Willy, Member; Jan Willy, Member.

STONE AGE GARDENS will surrender its marijuana producer license for three violations, on the date the transfer of ownership of the business is completed or on September 15, 2021, whichever is earlier.

Licensees are: Agile Retailers, Inc., Patrick Learned, President, Director, Stockholder; Anna Blazevich, Secretary, Director, Stockholder; Anna Blazevich, as the Personal Representative for the estate of Michael Blazevich.

HILL VENTURES will surrender its marijuana producer license for three violations, on the date the transfer of ownership of the business is completed or on September 15, 2021, whichever is earlier.

Licensee is: Hill Holding Company, LLC; Trevor Hill, Member; Jose Carrillo, Member.

RAELYNN STAMPS; permit holder will pay a $750 fine or serve a 30-day marijuana worker permit suspension for one violation.

The Commission approved restrictions to a recreational marijuana retailer license for the applicants of SWEET LEAF CANNABIS in Springfield. The application included one individual who has a poor record of compliance as a recreational marijuana licensee. The license restrictions require that the one individual not have any involvement in the operation or management of the business, not act as employee or agent of the business, and not be on the licensed premises at any time.

The Commission approved restrictions to a recreational marijuana producer license for the applicants of HEAVY LIDS. The application included one individual who has a poor record of compliance as a recreational marijuana licensee. The license restrictions require that the one individual not have any involvement in the operation or management of the business, not act as employee or agent of the business, and not be on the licensed premises at any time.

Commissioners also began the process for aligning OLCC marijuana rules with recent changes in statute approved by the 2021 Oregon Legislature.  The rule changes will also address technical issues that have the OLCC’s existing marijuana rules.

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