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More marijuana businesses apply in Grays Harbor and Pacific County

December 3, 2013

One more marijuana retailer filed a license application in Grays Harbor since last week. Ocean Shores Hemp is listed as an official applicant in the latest data from the Washington State Liquor Control Board. The Ocean Shores business is the only retailer for the town that has applied so far to claim the single license available within city limits.

2 more producers join the applications for Grays Harbor, The Farm on the Hill and Typhoon Yolanda make the total number of applications 14 for the area. Farm on the Hill is located outside of Aberdeen between the Stafford Creek Corrections Center and Westport Winery, while Typhoon Yolanda is in Copalis Crossing.

In Pacific County, no more retailers were added this week, but 2 more companies applied to both produce and process. Urban Paragon joins both Patriot Meds and BMF Washington at 85 Peters St, while Don Manville Horton lists an address between Menlo and Lebam.

This makes 14 Grays Harbor producers, 8 processors, and 2 retail locations submitted. Pacific County now has 9 producer/processor applications and a single retail location in Ilwaco who have applied.

Businesses have until December 19th to apply for a license to produce, process, or sell retail marijuana.

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