Public Safety makes application for marijuana dispensary available

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Public Safety makes application for marijuana dispensary available

Mon, 07/03/2017 - 10:05am -- Anonymous

Vermont Business Magazine The Department of Public Safety has announced that in accordance with Act 65, the Department is now accepting applications for an additional dispensary registration certificate. This will increase the number of marijuana dispensaries in Vermont to five. To apply for a dispensary registration certificate, visit the Vermont Marijuana Registry (VMR) webpage. The Rules Regulating Cannabis for Symptom Relief as well as the Dispensary Registration Application are available on the VMR webpage. The rules contain information related to the VMR; definitions of terms, procedures for issuing registry identification cards and registration certificates a dispensary, operating requirements for registered dispensaries, criminal history procedures, fees, confidentiality, and enforcement.

Four marijuana dispensaries currently hold valid registration certificates and are located in Brandon, Brattleboro, Burlington, and Montpelier. These certificates are renewed annually. The closing date for applications is July 28, 2017 at 4:30 P.M., and must be accompanied by a $2,500 non-refundable application fee. Submissions must be submitted to the attention of Lindsey Wells.

Questions concerning the application process or VMR, please contact Lindsey Wells, Marijuana Program Administrator, at Lindsey.Wells@Vermont.gov or at (802) 241-5222. VMR Webpage: http://vcic.vermont.gov/marijuana-registry

Source: Waterbury, VT – June 30, 2017 – The Department of Public Safety