Denver council deadlocks on new marijuana industry caps – The Denver Post


Other major provisions include an annual lottery, starting in 2017, for qualified applicants to vie for new retail store and cultivation licenses that become available, within the location caps; and restricting new grow locations from being within 1,000 feet of schools — a restriction that applies already to stores — and from residential zone districts. Denver has 210 active retail or medical cultivation facilities, 146 dispensaries and 64 locations with both. Among pending license applications that the city still was reviewing last week were groupings that could result in 31 new grow locations, 10 stores and six locations with both, totaling 47 potential new locations.

Source: Denver council deadlocks on new marijuana industry caps – The Denver Post

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