Dispensary’s Cannabis drive-thru proposal goes up in Smoke
The Scottsdale City Council allows businesses to provide drive-thrus for pharmacies, alcohol, and tobacco…
But they just voted against a drive-thru for cannabis.
The drive-thru proposed by Harvest of Scottsdale dispensary went up in smoke at a city Planning and Zoning Commission meeting where it was rejected by a 4-2 vote, Yahoo reported. However, the Scottsdale Police Department was fine with the proposal and no comments from the public were against it, according to a presentation.
“Drive-thru capabilities are allowed by state law,” Harvest stated.
In August, Harvest is scheduled to ask the city council for the amendments that would allow a drive-thru.
Phoenix, Tempe, Tucson and Surprise are among cities in Arizona that are permitted to have drive-thru marijuana sales. The Mint dispensary in Tempe has a drive-thru window and so does the state’s largest dispensary, D2 Dispensary in Tucson.