With Injunction Lifted, Dispensaries Work Toward Opening – Spectrum News

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Canterra has been operating a cannabis delivery service in the Rochester and Buffalo regions for roughly four months.

However, owner Matt Krupp said he has been eager to open his brick and mortar dispensary in the city of Buffalo.

“We have a little taste with our Growers Showcases but people really love the convenience of being able to come to the store, pick up the products that they want, when they want them,” Krupp said.

On Friday, a judge approved settlements in two lawsuits challenging New York’s Condtional Adult Use Retail Dispensary program and lifted the court order barring new dispensaries from opening. Now, Krupp said he and others are working to open before any new litigation stalls things again.

“The rabbit in the hat, if you will, is how much time might all of us have before something else comes along,” he said.

Krupp said it will probably take him at least four months to open his doors. He said he is working on an area he hopes can be used for consumption as the state’s regulations evolve but said his choice of the old Buffalo X-Ray Co. near downtown makes the buildout more complicated.

“There’s also some

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