The three-member board of the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) and agency leadership meet weekly as the Executive Management Team to facilitate coordination between the appointed Board and staff.
WSLCB Deputy Director Pat Kohler’s update on the state’s traceability implementation revealed MJ Freeway will not meet the schedule for the November 6th Leaf release.
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- A subsequent email to licensees confirmed the delay, adding: “In the case of 1.37.5, liquidated damages will be applied after the missed deadline.”
- In the latest contract amendment, WSLCB added financial incentive and penalty language in an attempt to encourage MJ Freeway to deliver on schedule. Starting November 7th, MJ Freeway begins accruing penalties at the rate of $3750 per day until delivery of release 1.37.5.