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A few more marijuana items on Oak Creek Town Board’s Thursday agenda

— The Oak Creek Town Board will again sift through a marijuana-heavy agenda at its regular meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday.

Agenda items include a vote on Dank Frank’s LLC’s proposed marijuana grow facility and the possible revocation of the license of a medical marijuana business.

Mary’s Meds — a medical marijuana business that has been closed for several months — will know if its license has been revoked or suspended.



The business was inspected by the Colorado Department of Revenue’s Marijuana Enforcement Division last year regarding quantity of product, product storage and where business operations were occurring within the buildings.

Another marijuana-related business, IloveOakCreek LLC is seeking to purchase Mary’s Meds if its license is suspended. At last month’s board meeting, Town Administrator Mary Alice Page-Allen recommended the board suspend the license in lieu of revocation.



Dank Frank’s, a proposed marijuana retail grow facility and storefront at 208 S. Sharp St., could learn its fate at the meeting. Its application has been tabled numerous times over the course of the last six months as the board worked through its original application and a resubmitted application. The business cleared a significant hurdle at the Feb. 12 meeting when it was determined that their requested land-use change fits the town’s revised definition of a non-conforming buildable lot.

Also on the board’s agenda, a new retail marijuana production facility, Tonka Construction LLC, is up for approval. The town will also review its fees for marijuana businesses, including application, inspection and annual operation fees.

The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. at the Town of Oak Creek offices.

To reach Ben Ingersoll, call 970-871-4204, email bingersoll@SteamboatToday.com or follow him on Twitter @BenMIngersoll


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