Officials OK first Snowmass marijuana dispensary
By Maddie Vincent, The Aspen Times Town officials unanimously approved Snowmass Village’s first retail marijuana dispensary earlier this week. After about an hour-and-a-half long public hearing on Tuesday night , the Local Marijuana Licensing Authority — which is made up of Town Council members and chaired by Councilwoman Alyssa Shenk — voted to approve the proposed High Q dispensary on the Village Mall and issue its town license following the completion of a number of conditions. Related Articles Pot companies, developers taking sides in contentious Lakewood election Medical pot on campus: Colleges say no and face lawsuits Clusters of illness linked to CBD vapes share second connection Denver efforts to clear marijuana-related convictions from criminal records starts slowly CBD boutique opens in Boulder as sales of cannabidiol move out of dispensaries and into general retail “Given this was the first and only application I’ve ever seen, I had no idea what to expect,” said Bob Sirkus, licensing authority member and town councilman. “This was the equivalent of a business plan in the format of an application. I commend you on it.” Read the full story from our partners at The Aspen Times.
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