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STURGIS — The Meade County Commission approved a medical cannabis dispensary license Tuesday, but not before hearing from a second applicant – Rod Woodruff – asking to be considered for the license.

The county unanimously passed a Resolution on Issuance of New Medical Cannabis Establishment Licenses on Sept. 15. It states that all applications for a medical cannabis establishment license should be received at the office of the Meade County Auditor by 5 p.m. 15 days after Oct. 4, 2021, or the date the State of South Dakota begins accepting applications, whichever occurs later to be considered by the county for the license.

Meade County approved a revised medical marijuana ordinance in July of this year. It did not specify a deadline for applications for the dispensary license. It does say, however, the commissioners shall consider all qualified applications in the order they were received, and that no local licenses may be issued after the available new local license has been awarded by the commissioners.

Meade County’s medical cannabis dispensary license fee is $125,000.

The Meade County Commission, at its Oct. 26 meeting,

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