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Medical-pot dispensary site could be Scottsdale’s first

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By Peter Corbett

The Arizona Republic

The operator of what could be Scottsdale’s first medical-marijuana dispensary has taken the first steps to open the facility northwest of Pima Road and Via de Ventura.

The Arizona Department of Health Services awarded a dispensary registration certificate last month to the Monarch Wellness Centers Inc., 8729 E. Manzanita Road. The vacant two-story building is just north of the U.S. Postal Service Hopi Station post office.

Scottsdale has received a copy of the state certificate that activates Monarch’s use permit to operate in the southern area of the city, but Scottsdale has not yet been approached about a building permit for tenant improvements of the dispensary, said Greg Bloemberg, a city planner.


Also: Medical pot OK’d in Page/Arizona Daily Sun



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