City’s first marijuana dispensary shooting for March opening – The Salem News

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BEVERLY — The city’s first marijuana dispensary is on track to open sometime in March, according to its operator.

MariMed CEO Jon Levine said the store at 13 Enon St. has received a key inspection from the state’s Cannabis Control Commission and is hoping to open in “mid-March.”

“We’re looking forward to working with the community in building this business and supporting this community,” Levine said during a recent tour of the dispensary.

Beverly residents voted in favor of legalizing marijuana in 2016, but a dispensary has yet to open in the city. Levine said MariMed’s opening has been delayed because of long waits to get the necessary inspections from the state.

The dispensary at 13 Enon St., in a shopping plaza near the North Beverly train station, will be called Panacea Wellness. It will include products ranging from Nature’s Heritage, a craft cannabis flower and concentrates brand, to Bubby’s Baked brownies and Betty’s Eddies fruit chews.

State security measures will require customers to show proof that they are 21 years old and be buzzed into the store. Products will be showcased in

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