The OLCC Suspends a Canby-Area Bar’s Liquor License for Violating COVID-19 Protocols

Route 99 Roadhouse in Canby has temporarily shut down after the Oregon Liquor Control Commission suspended its license. The OLCC claims the bar violated social distancing and mask requirements set by the state.

According to a Thursday press release, the OLCC started receiving complaints in January that the bar was regularly allowing customers to eat and drink inside, despite Clackamas County’s “extreme risk” designation. Per Gov. Kate Brown’s guidance, restaurants in “extreme risk” counties cannot allow any form of indoor dining; in addition, all counties in Oregon must wear face coverings and follow social distancing guidelines when in restaurants or bars, regardless of risk status.

The OLCC says it

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