The city of Los Angeles Department of Cannabis Regulation is accepting applications from qualified applicants seeking to legally engage in non-retailer commercial cannabis activity in the city – including cultivation, manufacturing, testing and distribution activities.
Commonly known as Phase 2 Priority Processing, this stage in L.A.’s regulation of cannabis applies to those who, among other criteria, qualify for the department’s Social Equity Program and can establish participation in non-retailer commercial cannabis activities prior to Jan. 1, 2016.
Applications will be accepted through Sept. 13. Applicants and other interested stakeholders can visit cannabis.lacity.org for more detailed information on eligibility. Applications for Phase 2 are only accepted online.
The department hosted a Phase 2 Priority Processing Workshop on July 24, and the entire session is available online. Another workshop will be held on Aug. 15 from 6-8 p.m. at St. Andrews Recreation Center, located at 8701 South St. Andrews Place. RSVPs are being accepted at cannabis.lacity.org.
The next meeting of the Cannabis Regulation Commission will include a presentation on Phase 2 Priority Processing. That meeting is scheduled for Aug. 9, at 2 p.m. inside the Ron Deaton Auditorium, located at 100 W. First St.
The Cannabis Regulation Commission regularly holds public hearings related to cannabis policy recommendations and the issuance of licenses to engage in commercial cannabis activity. All meetings of the commission are open to the public. For information, visit cannabis.lacity.org.
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