When Traverse City began accepting applications for medical cannabis licenses in 2019, more than 70 potential provisioners filed.
Now, as the city prepares to approve licenses for adult-use cannabis retailers, otherwise known as adult-use cannabis dispensaries, they have a somewhat more modestly sized list of candidates before them. As of the deadline, the city clerk's office reports it received 16 applications, with a 17th coming in after the deadline.
That's two-thirds of the 24-license maximum city leaders agreed upon in May, when they set the rules for the new establishments.
That means applicants will not have to be graded against the additional scoring rubric the city established to pare down the applicants.
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