The Director of Oregon's Liquor Agency appears safe in his job, at least for now. The Oregon Liquor Control Commission cancelled plans to discuss firing the agency's director, Steve Pharo. The agency did not explain the change. OLCC spokeswoman Christie Scott said she didn't know why Pharo's employment status was dropped from the agenda for today’s meeting. Pharo said last month that an aide to Gov. John Kitzhaber asked him to step down but he has refused. The OLCC Director reports to a five-member Commission, not to the Governor.