More change is coming to the marijuana scene in Fayetteville after state regulators gave their blessing Thursday for one of the city’s dispensaries to move to a newly constructed space in the city.
The state Medical Marijuana Commission granted Acanza’s request to move about 2 miles from its current space at 2733 N. McConnell Ave. to 1475 N. Drake St. where it is constructing a new space. Acanza did not indicate when it intends to move into the new location.
The move comes a month after the commission approved moves by the city’s two other dispensaries. The commission approved Osage Creek Dispensary’s move to Eureka Springs and granted the move of Purspirit Cannabis Company to the space Osage Creek was vacating.
Acanza’s move is contingent upon the dispensary clearing up some conflicting information that appeared in the company’s application request.
The documents submitted by the company indicated that a manager had the authority to purchase the property where the dispensary will be located. The documents also indicated, however, that a majority of the company’s board had the authority to make the move. A lawyer from the attorney general’s office told the commissioners the conflict needed to be resolved, so the commissioners