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Longmont will soon allow medical marijuana delivery by approved dispensaries, and they don’t even have to be located there.

Approved unanimously by the Longmont City Council on October 13, the new ordinance allows medical dispensaries to start delivering within the town starting on October 26. But it may take longer before patients will actually see medication being dropped off at their doors.

While marijuana stores don’t need to be located within Longmont city limits to qualify for this new program, they must be licensed for delivery by the state Marijuana Enforcement Division as well as by the City of Longmont. Currently, there is only one licensed medical dispensary, Twin Peaks, in Longmont; several more are located nearby in unincorporated Boulder County. None of these dispensaries have their MED permits yet.

Twin Peaks co-owner Rita Tsalyuk says she’ll apply for state and local delivery licenses “very soon, within a week or so.” Meanwhile, Native Roots, a large dispensary…

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