At least two pot shops told state regulators as early as mid-July they were ready for an inspection that would allow them to secure a final license, but were not inspected until mid-September, according to public documents and communications obtained by the Herald through a public records request.
On July 17, Sam Barber, president of Cultivate, emailed the Cannabis Control Commission, asking for information about scheduling an inspection of its premises. On Aug. 27, Barber again requested an inspection. On Sept. 18, CCC staff conducted their inspection of Cultivate’s cultivation, retail and manufacturing facilities.
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