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On November 8, 2016, Florida voters overwhelmingly approved Amendment 2, expanding the lawful market of medical marijuana in Florida. Florida is now one of 44 states with some form of legal medical marijuana.
The Florida Department of Health - Office of Medical Marijuana (OMM) is charged with overseeing the regulatory infrastructure for medical cannabis in the state. The regulatory infrastructure includes, but is not limited to, licensing of patients, healthcare providers, and Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers (dispensaries). In order to receive approval to operate in the City, all State of Florida licensing requirements will need to be met.
On February 13, 2018, the Titusville City Council adopted Ordinance 5-2018. These regulations focus on proper locations for opening and operating these types of facilities in the city limits.
The State of Florida Office of Medical Marijuana (OMM) is charged with writing and implementing the rules for medical marijuana, overseeing the statewide Medical Marijuana Use Registry, and licensing Florida businesses to cultivate, process, and dispense medical marijuana to qualified patients.
You should start at the State’s Office of Medical Marijuana (OMM). The City of Titusville will require all licensing to be in place at the state level prior to issuance of any permit or Business Tax Receipt to operate within the City.
If you are a state-approved dispensary and have a question about a specific location in the City of Titusville, please email the Planning Department or call 321-567-3782.
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