OLCC Pulls Restaurant's Liquor License


The Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission (OLCC) Thursday voted to accept an Administrative Law Judge’s decision and cancelled the alcohol license of a Springfield restaurant for violating liquor service rules, while acknowledging that the underlying issues of the case were political arguments that would need to be sorted out by the courts.

In reviewing the Springfield case, Commissioners balanced the challenges all restaurants faced in operating compliantly during the pandemic and the big picture legal questions raised by their counsel. However, after deliberation Commissioners agreed with the findings of an Oregon Administrative Law Judge that Along Came Trudy stayed open for inside dining despite an Executive Order that limited that activity in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Source: OLCC


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