OLCC Commissioners Ratify Stipulated Settlements on Recreational Marijuana Licenses

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PORTLAND, Ore. – At its monthly meeting on Oct. 26, 2017, the Commissioners of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) ratified the following fines and recreational marijuana license suspensions based on stipulated settlement, according to a press release:

NW Compassion Medical Center, 1970 NE 238th Drive, Wood Village; will pay a fine of $2,640 or serve a 16-day recreational marijuana retail license suspension for two violations. The first violation is for retaining in its inventory marijuana items transferred beyond the date allowed under the provisions of transferring Medical Marijuana Dispensary Inventory. The second violation is for failing to reconcile the transferred marijuana items, specified in the first violation, in the Cannabis Tracking System (CTS). Licensee is NW Compassion Center, Inc.; Aaron Michaelsen, corporate principal.

Blue Sky of Portland/Medigreen, 729 SE Powell Blvd., Portland; will pay a fine of $10,725 or serve a 65-day recreational marijuana retail license suspension for three violations. The first violation is for subleasing a portion of its licensed premises. The second violation is for allowing medical marijuana items to be produced, processed, stored, sold and/or transported to or on the licensed premises. The third violation is for discounting marijuana items in conjunction with the retail sale of other marijuana items. Licensee is MTO Holdings, Inc.; Luay Tomeka, corporate principal. 

Cura CS; will pay a fine of $1,155 or serve a 7-day recreational marijuana processor license suspension for one violation. The violation is for a failure to use the Cannabis Tracking System (CTS) and not generating a printed transport manifest that accompanied the transport of marijuana items. Licensee is Cura CS, LLC.; Terwilliger Partners, LLC, managing member. 

Cura CS; will pay a fine of $2,310 or serve a 14-day recreational marijuana wholesaler license suspension for two violations.  The first violation is for allowing an unauthorized person to use a Cannabis Tracking System (CTS) log-on and/or password belonging to the licensee, licensee’s employees or representatives. The second violation is for a failure to use the Cannabis Tracking System (CTS) and not generating a printed transport manifest that accompanied the transport of marijuana items. Licensee is Cura CS, LLC.; Terwilliger Partners, LLC, managing member.

Black Bottle Cannabis Co.; will pay a fine of $7,260 or serve a 44-day recreational marijuana producer license suspension for three violations. The first violation is for failing to enter data into the cannabis tracking system (CTS) in a manner that failed to fully and transparently account for all inventory tracking activities. The second violation is for failing to give or make video surveillance and recordings available immediately upon request to the Commission. The third violation is for failing to ensure that during all hours when the licensee was not operating, all usable marijuana and marijuana products were kept in a locked, enclosed and secure area within the licensed premises. Licensee is Black Bottle Loffland, LLC.; Bigsby Cannabis Inc. and Black Bottle Holdings, Inc., members.

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Source: Cannabis Business Times

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