List of marijuana license applicants grows

Clark County Commissioners discuss ban on recreational marijuana-related permits

C-W marijuana license applicants

Retail:

Bacon’s Dank, 319 N.E. Lechner St., Camas

Behind the Green Door, 1601 N.W. Sixth Ave., Camas

Bella Flora, 20111 S.E. 20th St., Camas; and 3140 Evergreen Way, Washougal

C4U, LLC, 4855 N.W. Lake Road, Camas; and 2411 S.E. Eighth Ave., Camas

Camas 502, 1601 N.W. Sixth Ave., Camas

Elkgard Enterprises, 3419 S.E. Second Ave., Camas

Fern Prairie Market, 1817 N.E. 267th Ave., Camas

GA Shelby Corp., 204 N.E. Fourth Ave., Camas

Green Genes LLC, 3505 S.E. Washougal River Road, Washougal; and 319 N.E. Lechner St., Camas

Greenjuana, 4855 N.W. Lake Road, Camas

JMSP, 3191 Evergreen Way, Washougal

Joe’s Herb, 1601 N.W. Sixth Ave., Camas

Lucky Toke, 319 N.E. Lechner St., Camas

Mary Jane’s 502, Inc., 325 N.E. Lechner St., Camas; and 245 Sixth St., Washougal

Mary Jane’s Garden, Inc., 245 Sixth St., Washougal

Mary Jane’s House of Chronic, Inc., 325 N.E. Lechner St., Camas

Munchies, 3520 N.E. Third Ave., Camas, and 291 “C” St., Washougal

New Vansterdam, 5716 N.W. El Rey Drive, Camas

P. Surjit, 501 N.E. Third Ave., Camas

Producers:

Agrijuana, 4600 N.W. Camas Meadows Drive, Ste. 200, Camas

Alderhill Organics, 3213 N.E. 357th Ct., Washougal

Aromatica Botanical, 36701 S.E. 20th St., Ste. A, Washougal

Aromatica Botanical, 36701 S.E. 20th St., Ste. B, Washougal

Bacons Buds, 181 Katies Lane, Washougal

Best Quality Gardens, 1401 Mathews Road, Washougal

Carol’s Country Store, 4313 N.W. Sierra St., Ste. A, Camas

Carol’s Country Store, 2129 N.W. 43rd Ave., Ste. A, Camas

Crop Circle Co., 207 N.E. 408th Ct., Washougal

Custom Cultivators, 2990 Evergreen Way, Washougal

E Buds, 3321 G St., Washougal

Fourty Year Bud, 35151 N.E. Ammeter Road, #A, Washougal

Green Lily, 30822 N.E. Stauffer Road, Camas

Green Stuff LLC, 241 Hajek Road, Washougal

K & D Venturing, Inc., 3307 Evergreen Way, Ste. 707, Washougal

Kim Sue Glass Works, 112 Ellie Way, Washougal

Macs Roadside Service and Repair, 1020 S.E. Coffey Road, Washougal

Mert’s Marijuana, Inc., 34230 S.E. 20th St., Washougal

Mt. Norway Farms, 2535 S.E. 362nd Ave., Ste. B, Washougal

Pure Production and Processing, 1506 S.E. Coffey Road, Ste. A, Washougal

Skye High, 72 Barbara Lane, Washougal

Wamsterdam Farms, 72 Barbara Lane, Ste. “B,” Washougal

Wicked Hillbilly, 37104 S.E. Gibson Road, Washougal

Wolf Marijuana, 4806 N.E. 316th Ct., Camas

Processors:

Agrijuana II, LLC, 4600 N.W. Camas Meadows Drive, Ste. 200, Camas

Aromatica Botanical, 36701 S.E. 20th St., Ste. A, Washougal

Aromatica Botanical, 36701 S.E. 20th St., Ste. B, Washougal

Bacons Buds, 181 Katies Lane, Washougal

Best Quality Gardens, 1401 Mathews Road, Washougal

Carol’s Country Store, 4313 N.W. Sierra St., Ste. A, Camas

Crop Circle Co., 207 N.E. 408th Ct., Washougal

Custom Cultivators, 2990 Evergreen Way, Washougal

Green Lily, 30822 N.E. Stauffer Road, Camas

K & D Venturing, Inc., 3307 Evergreen Way, Ste. 707, Washougal

Kim Sue Glass Works, 112 Ellie Way, Washougal

Macs Roadside Service and Repair, 1020 S.E. Coffey Road, Washougal

Mt. Norway Farms, 2535 S.E. 362nd Ave., Ste. B, Washougal

Pure Production and Processing, 1506 S.E. Coffey Road, Ste. A, Washougal

Skye High, 72 Barbara Lane, Washougal

Wamsterdam Farms, 72 Barbara Lane, Ste. “B,” Washougal

Wicked Hillbilly, 37104 S.E. Gibson Road, Washougal

Wolf Marijuana, 4806 N.E. 316th Ct., Camas

The Fern Prairie Market is among the newest applicants for a retail marijuana license.

Overall, there are 18 retail applicants in the city limits of Camas and five in Washougal.

For processors licenses, there are three applicants in the city limits of Camas and three in Washougal.

Aspiring marijuana producers include three applicants in Camas and four in Washougal.

The deadline for marijuana license applications was Dec. 20, but the final list was not available until Jan. 7 due to holiday scheduling, according to Mikhail Carpenter, with the Washington State Liquor Control Board Communications department.

Some of the local applicants are located outside the city limits of Camas and Washougal, under the jurisdictions of Clark County or Skamania County.

During a Jan. 8 work session, the Clark County Commissioners directed staff to include in draft code language wording adopted by the Pierce County Council. It prohibits the approval of recreational marijuana-related permits until marijuana is no longer listed as a controlled substance under federal law.

Gordy Euler, with Clark County Community Planning, said Monday the next steps will be to post the draft code language in the next few days and have a work session with the Clark County Planning Commission on Feb. 6.The current moratorium regarding the siting of marijuana production, processing and retailing facilities in Clark County is scheduled to expire Feb. 13.

“At the board’s request, a hearing will be scheduled to extend the moratorium,” Euler said.

The proposed hearing date is Feb. 11.

Clark County has been allotted 15 retail marijuana licenses. That includes six for the unincorporated county, six for Vancouver, and one each for Camas, Washougal and Battle Ground.Liquor Control Board staff are developing guidelines for a retail license lottery, since there are more applicants than available licenses.

Euler said there are no limits in state law on the number of marijuana producers, but there is a limit of two million square feet statewide that can be designated for marijuana plant canopy. There are no limits in state law on the number of processors.

The Washougal City Council approved a six-month emergency ordinance on Dec. 2, regarding the establishment of retail businesses that sell marijuana. It established a moratorium prohibiting all uses allowed under state Initiative 502.

The Camas City Council approved an emergency moratorium on Nov. 4, for all I-502-related uses until April 14, 2014.The Skamania County Commissioners approved a six-month moratorium on the establishment of marijuana-related facilities and uses, except for those related to collective medical cannibis gardens, within unincorporated Skamania County, on Oct. 1, 2013.In 2012, Washington voters approved I-502. It allows individuals 21 and older to possess and use marijuana-related paraphernalia and any combination of one ounce of usable marijuana, 16 ounces of marijuana infused product in solid form or 72 ounces of marijuana infused product in liquid form.

Individuals are subject to criminal prosecution for possession in amounts greater than that or possession of any quantity or kind by a person younger than 21.

New marijuana licenses cannot be issued to businesses located within 1,000 feet of the perimeter of elementary or secondary schools, playgrounds, recreation centers or facilities, childcare centers, public parks and transit centers, libraries and game arcades.