Stamford Zoning Board Approves City’s 2nd Hybrid Cannabis … – Patch

STAMFORD, CT — Following the Stamford Zoning Board’s approval this week, the city will soon have another cannabis dispensary that will offer adult recreational sales.

The board voted 3-2 on Monday to approve the change of use at the Curaleaf medical dispensary already open at 814 E. Main St., to hybrid use, meaning it can now offer products to both medical patients and those 21 and over.

It’s unclear yet when exactly Curaleaf will begin retail sales in Stamford.

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” Our team is ready and excited to serve Connecticut’s growing cannabis community. Because the cannabis experience is so unique to each individual, the dedicated staff in Stamford is ready to work our customers to curate their own one-of-a-kind experience with the plant. Curaleaf has been serving the Connecticut medical market since 2016 and we look forward to starting our adult use sales very soon,” said Luke Flood, Curaleaf’s vice president of real estate, in an emailed statement to Patch.

Flood said Curaleaf will add new point-of-sale terminals and will make some adjustments to the floor layout “for a smoother customer flow.”

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