Locals team with Lompoc dispensary to secure cannabis retail storefront – Coastal View News
Santa Claus Lane location secures top spot in county’s preliminary rankings
The contest for a single permit to sell cannabis in a retail shop in the unincorporated county areas of Carpinteria and Summerland has neared completion of its penultimate round. Local Padaro Beach Village storefront owners, Patrick and Maire Radis, along with The Roots dispensary, have come out on top, and are now one step closer to achieving their goal to open a pot dispensary in the former Porch retail location.
As a result of the third of four phases in the merit-based selection process, Santa Barbara County’s Cannabis Program has released preliminary rankings for applicants by Community Plan Area (CPA). In the Toro Canyon/Summerland CPA, which includes Santa Claus Lane, two applicants were ranked. Ranked number one is The Roots Carpinteria, LLC for a store at 3823 Santa Claus Lane. Ranked number two is Haven XV, LLC for a store just across the way at 3825 Santa Claus Lane, Unit B. Only the applicant seated in the number one ranking on the final list will be allowed to move forward with their permit application.
Countywide, rankings for 15 applicants have been released across five CPAs: Toro Canyon/Summerland; Eastern Goleta Valley;