Four apply for marijuana businesses in Clallam
November 27th, 2013 - 5:49am
(Port Angeles) – Four entities have applied to grow, process or sell marijuana in Clallam County under the state's new legal marijuana law.
Peninsula Cannabis and Green Orchard of Port Angeles and Tropic Grow and Weeds of Sequim filed applications with state.
Peninsula Cannabis and Tropic Grow applied to both grow and process pot.
Green Orchard applied for three retail outlets and Weeds applied for a retail application.
The state is allowing six retail outlets in Clallam County.
Clallam County is permitted three "at-large" county locations, two Port Angeles stores, and one store for Sequim.
The state Liquor Control Board on Tuesday released a list of 929 applications to produce, process and sell marijuana received since Nov. 18, when the window for applying opened. The deadline is Dec. 19.
The most - 444 applications - were for pot growing. There have been 327 applications to process cannabis, and some of those were filed by people also seeking to grow pot.
The board says it will license up to 334 pot shops statewide. There's no limit on the number of growers or processors.
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