Where will recreational marijuana be sold in White Center? Update on applications
The application period is over, and the state is narrowing the field of those who have applied to produce, process, and/or sell recreational marijuana. We took a look at the newest version of the spreadsheet listing retail applications, and found multiple applicants for certain locations. Here are all the retail applicants for White Center (and reminder, in our reporting, White Center means strictly the nonincorporated area – nothing in the Seattle city limits) – 19 applications for 8 locations:
*7 applications to sell at 9819 16th SW: Greensmart Northwest, Marijuana Mercantile, Northwest THC Outlet, Sound THC, THCInSource, THC Supermarket, Total Access THC
*6 applications to sell at 9640 16th SW (current home of NW Cannabis Market): Washington Total THC, Greensmart Northwest, Northwest THC Outlet, Simple Choice THC, Sound THC, THCInSource.
*1 application to sell at 9809 16th SW: Magic Herbal Market
*1 application to sell at 9802 18th SW: Chameleon Enterprises
*1 application to sell at 9823 15th SW: Kronic LLC
*1 application to sell at 9831 16th SW, Stuart Thomas Holding
*1 application to sell at 9835 16th SW, NLM Lucky LLC
*1 application to sell at 11030 19th SW, Just Hemp LLC
A few of those might already be out of the running; our partners at The Seattle Times report that applicants with residential addresses or other disqualifying factors, such as the buffer from places frequented by youth, are already being disqualified. And even if a location qualifies according to the rules, the applicant will have to show that they actually have an agreement with the building’s landlord, if they don’t own the location themselves. So when will licenses be issued? No timeline so far.
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January 13th, 2014 at 5:39 pm
Thank you for the information. Had been speculating on all the papered over store fronts on the west side of 16th between 98th and 100th. Now we know what potential new store owners hope to use them for should they get permits.
January 15th, 2014 at 9:59 am
marijuana is still a drug, hope we will see warning labels/signs on effects of using marijuana
January 17th, 2014 at 1:27 pm
Please. What would the label say? “WARNING: Marijuana is a drug. May cause munchies and giggling.”
Caffeine is a drug, should we put warnings on coffee cups? Have you ever heard of a marijuana related crime, disease, illness or death? Relax.
January 21st, 2014 at 7:01 pm
WHO EVER GETS THE PERMITS WILL BE THE TARGET OF EVERY THUG AND GANGSTER IN THE WEST SEATTLE AREA. JUST REMEMBER THE CUT BACKS IN SHERIFF’S BUDGET WILL MEAN SLOW RESPONSE FROM THE FEW CARS IN THE AREA.
January 24th, 2014 at 8:21 am
Lia could you read the drugabuse stats? http://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/marijuana
Never heard of driving under the influence of caffeine.
January 25th, 2014 at 1:30 pm
It’sto bad that most of these places are right on the main drag in white center. I guess any hope of making down town white center better are out the door. If all these places open the the main drag in white center will only be known as a place to buy pot.