Council deals with issue of wholly-locally owned cannabis dispensary – Porterville Recorder

The Porterville City Council again dealt with the issue of what exactly defines wholly-locally owned as far as awarding the third cannabis dispensary in the city is concerned.

The issue came up during the council’s meeting on Tuesday. It was reported at Tuesday’s meeting all three candidates being considered for the city’s third cannabis dispensary meet the criteria of wholly-locally owned as established by the council.

But there were still concerns expressed at Tuesday’s meeting about how the city has conducted the process to determine someone who’s wholly-locally owned to be awarded the cannabis dispensary. And representatives for Bloom Farms were again at Tuesday’s meeting to state they’ve really been the only wholly-locally owned applicant through the entire process and should be awarded the third cannabis dispensary.

Two people who regularly attend council meetings, Horowitz Jewelry owner David Horowitz, and Rae Dean Strawn also stated their support for Bloom Farms to be awarded the cannabis dispensary.

Bloom Farms along with Main Street Apothecary and Uncle Green are the three candidates being considered for the dispensary. At its meeting on Tuesday, the council approved setting a meeting for 6 p.m. Monday, October 24 to interview the candidates and the meeting will be open

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Jazz Dispensary Announces Vinyl Reissue of Johnny Hammond’s Funk-Jazz Masterpiece ‘Gears’ – Broadway World

Craft Recordings and Jazz Dispensary are proud to announce Johnny Hammond’s 1975 funk-jazz masterpiece, Gears, as the latest release from Jazz Dispensary’s acclaimed Top Shelf series. Produced by Larry and Fonce Mizell, who were instrumental in the development of fusion, the keyboardist’s classic album offers a euphoric blend of jazz, soul, funk, and disco for a supremely groovy listen.

As with all titles in the album-centric Top Self Series, which reissues the highest-quality, hand-picked rarities, Gears has been cut from the original analog tapes by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio and pressed on audiophile-quality 180-gram vinyl at RTI. The LP is housed in a tip-on jacket, featuring faithfully reproduced original designs. Long out-of-print in the U.S., Gears is due out November 4th and available to pre-order beginning today (10/6) exclusively at JazzDispensary.com.

Also available to pre-order now is Jazz Dispensary’s Fall ’22 merch collection, which includes a new logo T-shirt and crewneck, a zeotropic slipmat from record animatorDrew Tetz, a corduroy logo hat, and a bumper sticker.

Additionally, Jazz Dispensary is unveiling its new Impressionistees series, which enlists guest artists to create original T-shirt designs inspired by classic albums. The series launches with a t-shirt from graphic designer and self-declared music fan, Matt

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420 TeaTime Offers Delights For Imbibers And Abstainers In Wonderland-Themed Tea Room And Dispensary – Los Alamos Daily Post

420 TeaTime owner Christa Tyler in her Mad Hatter Lounge in White Rock. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com

Welcome to the Tea Room at 420 TeaTime. The kitchen serves both cannabis-enhanced and cannabis-free food and drink. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com

By BONNIE J. GORDON
Los Alamos Daily Post
bjgordon@ladailypost.com

A slice of Wonderland popped up Sept. 1 in White Rock when 420 TeaTime opened its doors. Located in the former Pig + Fig Café space at 35 Rover Blvd., Suite G, TeaTime has been transformed into a Wonderland-themed tearoom and cannabis dispensary that also caters to those who prefer their pastries and beverages cannabis-free. It’s designed to be a place to hang out in a fun environment for imbibers and abstainers alike.

“I’ve always dreamed about owning a business,” owner Christa Tyler said. “In October 2021 when I learned that Los Alamos County was going to allow dispensaries, I got to work on a business plan. By May, I had investors. I opened Sept. 1. Everything is coming together, and business has been steady.”

Tyler’s parents were nervous at first, but now they’re fully onboard, she said.

“My dad and I remodeled the space together and I designed the interior,” Tyler

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Star Buds Dispensary Announces Longmont Customer Appreciation Fall Festival Details – Shoreline Beacon

Elevate Announces New South Los Angeles Cannabis Dispensary & Grand Opening – Shoreline Beacon

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Los Angeles, California–(Newsfile Corp. – October 6, 2022) – California-based dispensary, Elevate, has announced their opening of a new retail location in South Los Angeles. With their other medical and recreational cannabis dispensary locations in Los Angeles and Woodland Hills, Elevate is already known for their commitment to providing safe access to cannabis products for healing and wellness. A grand opening celebration is planned for Saturday, October 8th, to thank the community for their continued support and invite the public to learn more about the Elevate brand and products.

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Elevate Announces New South Los Angeles Cannabis Dispensary & Grand Opening

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The experienced dispensary operations team is excited to create another space for the local community to explore the holistic healing possibilities of cannabis.

“We are extremely grateful to our loyal customers in Woodland Hills and Los Angeles that have allowed us to open this new dispensary. We look forward to providing the South Los Angeles community with our signature variety of premium products at low prices with outstanding service and attention to our

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Ask a Stoner: If Marijuana Sales Are Down, How Are New Dispensaries Opening? – Westword

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Colfax Carl

Dear Carl: Two things can be true at the same time. Marijuana sales are bad, but business owners still believe in the power of pot. Dispensary revenue is down across Colorado, thanks to fewer out-of-state customers and a year-long drop in wholesale prices. This has pushed a handful of dispensaries to sell, close up shop or, in more than one case, get shut down because of failure to pay sales taxes. At the same time, dispensaries still present lucrative opportunities for investors with deeper pockets than mom-and-pop operations trying to pay bills week to week.

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Two Arizona Marijuana Dispensaries Acquired – AZmarijuana.com

A leading international provider of consumer products in cannabis, Curaleaf, announced the completion of its previously announced acquisition of Tryke Companies (“Tryke”) (dba as Reef Dispensaries), a privately held vertically integrated, multi-state cannabis operator. With the close of the transaction, Curaleaf’s national footprint has reached 29 cultivation sites and 144 dispensaries nationwide.

Matt Darin, CEO of Curaleaf, said, “As we continue to unite the strength of our brands, products and cultivation channels to lead the industry, we’re excited to join forces with Tryke to deliver additional value for our customers and retailers in Arizona, Nevada and Utah. This deal represents a significant opportunity with strong long-term growth potential, and we are now strategically positioned us to accelerate our growth in the West.”

Tryke Companies Highlights: Four recreational and medical dispensaries: two in Nevada and two in  two in Arizona. Expansive product offering including a wide variety of in-house and third-party flower, concentrates, vape cartridges, edibles, topicals and CBD products. Extensive portfolio of processing licenses with 30,000 square feet of cultivation; capacity to expand to 80,000 square feet over the next three years.

Curaleaf is opening a new dispensary in North Scottsdale this month. Stay tuned to AZmarijuana.com for

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Prunedale’s first cannabis dispensary brings a local ethic to its operation. – Monterey County Weekly

San Miguel Canyon Road tends to get clogged near its Highway 101 and 156 exits. Fortunately, there are things to do along San Miguel Canyon Road – things to eat, smoke and be merry.

White Fire cannabis dispensary is the first such shop in Prunedale. It is operated by Grupo Flor, a company founded in 2015 that owns two East of Eden dispensaries – in Moss Landing and Salinas – and another White Fire in San Jose. The company started in Salinas. In each city where Grupo Flor has opened a retail store, 100 percent of the workforce is made up of local residents. “We are extremely proud to have met that community promise,” the company notes on its website.

The inside of the Prunedale store, which opened in 2021, is bright and inviting, with an all-female staff at the moment of the Weekly’s visit. Most of the product suppliers represented have their own glass case with a logo above, and White Fire carries local California products, such as Kanha, PLUS, or Select.

The shop has everything you would expect: flower, vape, pre-rolls and more, with daily specials (Flower Mondays, Vape Tuesdays, etc.), including $0.05 pre-rolls and $10 off for first-time customers.

That said,

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A quick guide to FoCo dispensary specials, deals – Rocky Mountain Collegian

Fort Collins is home to more than 10 dispensaries, each looking a little different from the next. But all have great deals and offers consistently circling each spot. For now, we’ll look at just a few dispensaries to find ways you can save money on your cannabis. 

Some dispensaries have daily deals they promote weekly, while others have general deals they run through the month. The Green Solution establishes deals monthly and currently has deals on full ounces, edibles and other products as well as per-transaction coupons. 

You can go snatch a pre-packaged ounce of cannabis for just $49 any day of the week. You can also buy a 100-milligram bag of fast-acting Hedy sour gummy edibles for just under $13. 

In addition to these everyday deals, The Green Solution also offers between 10-20% off your whole purchase based on how much you spend. You don’t have to have a membership to access any of these deals either. 

Flower Power Botanicals also offers substantial everyday deals, including a happy hour from 1-3 p.m. Monday through Thursday, when you can get “10% off regular-priced items only.” Flower Power also has different strain sales every day, which allows you to obtain a specific

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