INSA in Easthampton was approved for final licenses Tuesday that will allow them begin selling recreational marijuana soon.
Cannabis Control Commission Press Secretary Maryalice Gill told 22News, the three licenses were approved for the dispensary at 122 Pleasant Street at Tuesday’s public meeting.
The licenses approved were for indoor cultivation, production manufacturing, and retail of marijuana.
INSA, however, won’t be able to sell marijuana right away as they have to go through a number of steps before selling recreational pot.
Gill said before opening the CCC will inspect the final license again, all marijuana inventory must be tagged and uploaded into a required seed-to-sale tracking system, and workers must be registered and properly badged.
After that is finished the CCC will confirm that all conditions for the final license have been met and will issue a notice for INSA to commence full operations.