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State has five applications in hand for retail pot shops on Bainbridge
Five businesses on Bainbridge Island have submitted applications for permission to operate a retail marijuana shop on the island.
According to the Washington State Liquor Control Board, the businesses are: Bainbridge Highlands (8926 Miller Road NE); Elizabeth Jane Enterprises (266 Ericksen Ave. NE); Judith A. Peters (15420 Smoland Lane); Sticky Fingers Farms (8040 NE Day Road); Wilkes Expedition (13020 NE Valley Road)
Six other applications from Bainbridge Island have also been received for marijuana processing licenses.
The companies hoping to get the state's OK on a legal marijuana processing operation are: C3R Enterprises (5357 Diamond Place NE); Olympic Satellite (8480 Ferncliff Ave. NE); Quince Farm (5973 Old Mill Road NE); TELOS3 (266 Ericksen Ave. NE); Brian Farms (12089 Miller Road NE); and Ganjika Farms (6686 NE Bayview Blvd.).
C3R Enterprises, Olympic Satellite, Quince Farm, TELOS3, Brian Farms and Ganjika Farms have also submitted application for producer licenses, which would allow the companies to grow marijuana for retail sale.