Licenses issued for three cannabis dispensaries in Ulster, Dutchess counties – The Daily Freeman

KINGSTON, N.Y. — The state’s Cannabis Control Board approved licenses for 21 new adult-use recreational cannabis dispensaries, including one in Ulster County and two in Dutchess County, during its meeting Wednesday.

According to the Office of Cannabis Management, the board granted a license to Dank Bloom Inc., in Ulster County, and to Semper Farms LLC and Growing Hearts LLC, both in Dutchess.

The Office of Cannabis Management did not provide specific information about the three licenses.

Additionally, the board issued 23 adult-use cultivator licenses, 20 distributor licenses, 23 microbusiness licenses, and 22 processor licenses on Wednesday.

Patrick McKeage, chief operating officer for the Office of Cannabis Management, said the state office also approved or is in the process of approving 12 provisional licenses through the state’s CAURD (conditional adult-use retail dispensary) program.

CAURD licenses are issued to justice-involved individuals who were convicted of a marijuana-related offense or whose parent, spouse, child, legal guardian, or dependent was convicted of a marijuana-related offense in New York before March 31, 2021, when adult-use recreational cannabis was legalized.

Details about those other licenses, including others awarded in the Mid-Hudson region, were not available Wednesday. The Mid-Hudson region comprises Ulster, Greene, Columbia, Dutchess, Orange, Westchester and Putnam counties.

Tabitha Robinson, the agency’s

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