By Brady Wheeler | AZ Daily Sun
The sale of recreational marijuana in Flagstaff is limited to medical dispensaries holding a dual license — at least for the time being, as the Flagstaff City Council voted Tuesday to put a pause on allowing recreational marijuana establishments to operate within the city.
Councilmembers agreed to limit initially the addition of new marijuana establishments until further regulations are considered. This will require Council to amend approved legislation when the city eventually looks to ease licensing restrictions.
Until then, recreational marijuana sales will require existing dispensaries to have a dual license issued by the State of Arizona. That license permits nonprofit medical dispensaries to conduct both medical and recreational marijuana sales at a shared location.