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More retail marijuana applications come to Aberdeen

December 17, 2013

2 more companies have applied to sell retail marijuana in Aberdeen, both on Heron Street. Local business owner Allan Springer has applied to open a retail store in the location currently housing his restaurant Teri’s Steak House, while THC-Aberdeen has applied to sell out of the former location of the Aberdeen liquor store.

5 more applications were submitted to grow the product. Michael Philip Haines has applied in Malone, Pacific Canna Clones in Hoquiam, and 3 locations were applied for by Tokeland Growing LLC. Tokeland Growing joins Typhoon Yolanda as new processor applications as well.

In Pacific County, The Blind Pig and High Tide Holdings Company, LLC have applied for retail permits; Blind Pig in Seaview, and High Tide in Ilwaco. Green Labs and Orchardview West have both applied as producer/processors for the county.

Companies have until Friday to submit new applications.

Map of all application locations in Grays Harbor and Pacific County Marijuana

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