South Carson City dispensary clears hurdle | Serving Carson City for over 150 years – Nevada Appeal

Carson City resident Jeannie White at the July 28 planning commission meeting about marijuana dispensaries.
Photo by Scott Neuffer.

Thursday, September 29, 2022

Carson City planning commissioners approved a special use permit for a recreational marijuana retail store and potential restaurant in south Carson but not without adding some protection for a neighboring homeowner.
On Wednesday, commissioners voted 6-1 to approve Qualcan’s “Jade” dispensary but conditioned the developer limit a proposed drive-through to 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for operational hours unless the neighboring residential use changes in the future. Furthermore, the developer is required to build an 8-foot-tall masonry wall on the west side of the property to mitigate effects from the dispensary on Jeannie White and Bruce Sanders, whose Bennett Avenue home sits near the project. The developer also volunteered to install a security gate on the neighbor’s private property to help ensure their driveway is not accessed by dispensary customers.
Located at 5100 S. Carson St., at the intersection of highways 50 and 395, the project calls for a 7,978-square-foot building to house the marijuana store and vacant space for a potential restaurant.

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