HTTP/1.0 200 OK Content-Type: text/html Several Businesses Apply For Medical Marijuana Dispensary
Pubdate: Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Source: Blade, The (Toledo, OH)
Copyright: 2018 The Blade
Contact:  http://www.toledoblade.com/
Details: http://www.mapinc.org/media/48
Author: Nolan Rosenkrans

SEVERAL BUSINESSES APPLY FOR MEDICAL MARIJUANA DISPENSARY LICENSES IN TOLEDO

Eighteen businesses have applied for medical marijuana dispensary
licenses in Lucas County, with Maumee and Holland joining Toledo as
communities where businesses hope to sell medicinal pot, according to
the Ohio Board of Pharmacy.

The board received 376 applications for a maximum of 60 possible
licenses, though some businesses filed applications for multiple
sites. The state has also split Ohio into four regional districts, and
northwest Ohio will only receive 10 dispensary licenses, with 39
applications competing for those spots.

The restrictions are even more complex, though, as each region is
broken down further into districts. Lucas County, for instance, will
only receive two dispensaries, creating heavy competition among the 18
applications in Toledo, Maumee, and Holland. A district made up of
Wood, Hancock and Henry counties will only get one. Three firms have
applied to open in Wood County, and no companies have applied to open
a dispensary in Hancock or Henry counties.

A number of proposed dispensaries have either had permits approved by
the city to open, or have approached the Toledo Plan Commission.

House Bill 523, the Ohio law that in 2016 legalized marijuana for
medical use only, left it up to state agencies to determine the rules
for medical marijuana's cultivation, processing, and sale. Rules and
licenses for growing, processing, dispensing and testing have trickled
out in stages over the past year, with cultivator licenses already
issued, and processing licenses being reviewed now.

The medical marijuana system in Ohio must be operational by September.

Lucas County dispensary applicants are:

In Holland: Glass City Alternatives, 7425 Airport Highway.

In Maumee: 127 OH, also called Bloom Medicinals, at 1238 Conant St.; 
Serenity Dispensary and Wellness Center, 1685 Lance Pointe Drive; 
Sheerpower Clinic, 1681 Lance Pointe Drive; and WGB, 1691 Lance Pointe 
Drive.

In Toledo: 7 Points Group, 3326 Monroe St.; Access Medical Marijuana 
Dispensaries, 3454 Dorr St.; Cannavations OH, 2658 W. Laskey Road; Glass 
City Alternatives, 33203 and 3209 W. Sylvania Ave.; Goodtree Healthcare, 
5302 Airport Highway; Green Light Medical, 4015 Secor Road; GTI Ohio, 
3151-3157 W. Sylvania Ave.; JG City, also known as Justice Grown, 5109 
Suder Ave.; KDJOH, 5820 W. Central Ave.; Lucid of Ohio, 2112-2138
N. Reynolds Road; Mother Knows Best, 1546 W. Sylvania Ave.; Reynolds 
Holdings, 2220 N. Reynolds Road; Treat and Kure Dispensary 3, 5302 
Airport Highway.

In Wood County: Debbie's Dispensary, 106 E. Napoleon Road, Bowling 
Green; Glass City Alternatives, 1155 N. Main St.; and Serenity 
Dispensary, 2701 Woodville Road, Northwood.
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