US: Delays frustrate Guam company interested in cannabis cultivation

A local businessman, David Cruz, attended the Cannabis Control Board meeting Tuesday afternoon at the governor’s office in Adelup.

He announced that the company he represents has leased a facility to grow marijuana and the business is ready to get started, as soon as the rules and regulations are completed.

“Are you guys willing to do what you can to stand up the program?” Cruz asked. He added, “it seems like it’s going to take a long time and you’re going to run the companies’ resources dry by the time that they can even get going.”

Cruz said his company is ready to turn in an application for a cultivator’s license. “We were just wondering whether you guys were just going to sit around or are we going to get this thing going?” he asked.

Cruz said the warehouse his company has leased has a fire suppression system, the business followed all the guidelines and has a seed-to-sale computer tracking system in place.

When asked for further details about his company by The Guam Daily Post, Cruz declined to name the company he represents or what position he holds in the company. Sitting beside him was attorney Tom Fisher who said he was just a friend and not the legal representative for the company.


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