Store manager Aaron Anderson in front of the display case at the new Igadi cannabis dispensary in Granby.
Patrick Brower / For Sky-Hi News
After nearly three years of hearings, disputes and legal wrangling the IgadI marijuana dispensary has opened near Granby.
The store, at 843 W. Agate Ave., officially started doing business on Friday, April 1. It is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the offseason and will have regular hours (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.) once the summer arrives. A May Day grand opening celebration is planned.
“We’re open, after an incredible amount of legal bills,” said David Michel, general counsel for IgadI. “But we’re open. Everything’s good. We’re making sales.”
The opening stalled because the building was subleased from a person who disputed a variety of already-agreed-upon issues, Michel said. “That just delayed the entire process.”
Michel said there are a few minor details at the building that need to be completed “to get (it) where it ought to be,” but he is happy with the operations at the store.
IgadI filed suit last summer in Denver asking for