Oregon OLCC: Commission Approves Stipulated Settlements for Marijuana Licensees For Non Compliance Issues

Commissioners also approve restrictions for marijuana license applicant

Portland, OR — At its regular monthly meeting on May 26, 2021, the Commission approved seven stipulated settlements for violations committed by recreational marijuana licensees. The Commission also approved restrictions on the applicant for a recreational marijuana producer license.

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

E BLOSSOM will pay a $6,150 fine AND serve a 23-day suspension OR serve a 60-day recreational marijuana producer license suspension for three violations.

Licensee is: E Blossom, LLC; Ming Hui Bao, Member.

LF FARMS/LIVE FREE will surrender its marijuana producer license for three violations, on the date the transfer of ownership of the business is completed or on August 27, 2021, whichever is earlier.

Licensee is: LF Farms, LLC; Richard Lewman, President/Stockholder; Brian Lewman, Vice-President/Stockholder; Denise Flansburg, Secretary/Treasurer/Stockholder; Jason Flansburg, Director/Stockholder.

ARTIFACT EXTRACTS will surrender its marijuana processer license for six violations, on the date the transfer of ownership of the business is completed or on August 25, 2021, whichever is earlier.

Licensees are: IND Group, LLC; Peyton Palaio, Member; Mark Jennings, Member/Manager.

RIVER VALLEY REMEDIES in Eugene will surrender its marijuana retailer license for five violations, on the date the transfer of ownership of the business is completed or on August 25, 2021, whichever is earlier.

Licensees are: River Valley Remedies, LLC; Peyton Palaio, Member.

GENESIS PHARMS will pay a $12,045 fine OR serve a 73-day recreational marijuana wholesaler license suspension for three violations.

Licensee is: Compassionate Circles, LLC; Sean Beeman, Member; Kassy Beeman, Member.

ROGUE FARMER AT QUARTZ CREEK will pay a $8,580 fine OR serve a 52-day recreational marijuana producer license suspension for three violations.

Licensees are: Rogue Farmer at Quartz Creek, LLC; Ryan Beyerlein, Member.

THE TRAVELING MEDICINE SHOW will surrender its marijuana producer license for two violations, on the date the transfer of ownership of the business is completed or on June 30, 2021, whichever is earlier.

Licensees are: The Traveling Medicine Show, LLC; Jacqueline Bixler-Wirkkala, Member.

Commissioners also approved restrictions to a recreational marijuana producer license for the applicants of JEF FARMS. The application included two individuals who did not have a good record of compliance as recreational marijuana licensees. The license restrictions require that those two individuals not have any involvement in the operation or management of the business, not act as employees or agents of the business, and not be on the licensed premises (producer site) at any time.

 

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