§ 5.56.170  APPLICATION OF THIS ARTICLE TO EXISTING MEDICAL MARIJUANA DISPENSARIES.
   (A)   An existing medical marijuana dispensary that was legally operating as of April 3, 2018 does not require a permit pursuant to this chapter to continue its existing operations as storefront medicinal cannabis retailer.
   (B)   However, if such a medical marijuana dispensary has received a permit to operate an adult-use cannabis delivery service from its existing premises pursuant to §5.56.300 as of December 31, 2019, then such adult-use deliveries may continue until expiration of the adult-use delivery permit. Upon expiration of adult-use delivery permit approved under § 5.56.300, the owner shall be required to obtain a commercial cannabis business permit and comply with the provisions of this Article I for the adult-use cannabis delivery service, without the need to undergo the application review procedure set forth in § 5.56.070.
   (C)   Alternatively, if such a medical marijuana dispensary has not received a permit to operate an adult use cannabis delivery service pursuant to § 5.56.300 as of December 31, 2019, the owner shall be required to apply for a commercial cannabis business permit and comply with the provisions of Article I, including the application review procedure set forth in § 5.56.070, in order to operate an adult-use cannabis delivery service.
(Ord. 835, passed 9-4-2019)