Arkansas marijuana cultivator fined by state for odorsPosted by On

Over the past year, one of Arkansas’s eight licensed marijuana growers has had multiple issues cited by the state.

LAKE HAMILTON, Ark. — One of Arkansas’s eight licensed marijuana cultivators has been fined by the state for multiple infractions, according to a spokesperson for Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC), the state agency in charge of it.

Leafology, located on Amity Road in Lake Hamilton, has been fined for things such as improper handling of records, not keeping proper video surveillance and odor that was not contained. 

Neighbors have said the smell can sometimes be overwhelming.

One woman at the apartment complex next door told us that the smell is very, very powerful when she can smell it. 

Another man explained that “Leafology has a responsibility to operate within the guidelines of state law, which means they can not be heard, seen, or smelled by the public. If those items are not met, then the state needs to make Leafology fix the problem.”

The state has fined Leafology over $10,000 for those infractions. In a meeting last week, the board for ABC also discussed a possible suspension of the license for Leafology.

Scott Hardin, spokesperson for ABC, said that they…

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