Oregon Names New OLCC Public Safety Director

By Habit 420
Oregon Cannabis Connection


The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) has named a new Public Safety Director. Shannon Hoffeditz was promoted to the position from her previous role as the Portland Metro Regional Manager. She has been with the OLCC for 22 years.

The Public Safety Director manages enforcement of Oregon’s liquor and marijuana laws. The Director is charged with working with licensees, law enforcement, and communities to further education and enforcement surrounding the laws.

Hoffeditz’s previous positions before her Regional Manager position included serving as a Compliance Specialist and Liquor Inspector. She was praised in the press release as and “adaptable” leader, and those skills will undoubtedly play a significant role in her new position.

“I’m fortunate to have very talented and motivated staff,” says Hoffeditz in the OLCC Press Release. “With alcohol compliance established and the implementation of recreational marijuana at OLCC; there is a lot of opportunity for development, growth, and change. I want to lead the division to help business be successful by promoting economic development within safe communities.”

She is a current resident of Oregon City, and an Oregon native.

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Habit 420 is a Oregon Medical Marijuana Program participant for over ten years, a grower, and an activist. He believes cannabis has a unique place in our society and should be embraced for medical and adult use. To correspond with him, email him at goddabber@gmail.com

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