Adams County Selects Applicants For Marijuana Businesses

COLORADO:  Adams County selected 10 entrepreneurs Tuesday afternoon to begin the process to open a marijuana business in an unincorporated area of the county.

The  county got 1,608 applications for three retail stores, three grow facilities, three infused-product manufacturing facilities and one testing facility.

The 10 selected applicants now have six months to get a state license, building permit and change-of-use permit for their business.

If a lottery winner doesn’t have all of that within six months — by 4 p.m. on July 21, to be precise — the county will call the next name that was pulled from the lottery, and that person would begin the process.

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