Buying and trying weed in Aurora could become a lot more interesting next year, if the Aurora City Council approves a measure that would permit marijuana delivery and moves forward with considering allowing hospitality licenses.
Delivery would come first, according to the council’s Amendment 64 Ad Hoc Committee, a task force of councilmembers that considers marijuana issues and possible ordinances.
The Colorado Legislature legalized both marijuana delivery and hospitality businesses two sessions ago, but local governments must opt into the new laws before such businesses are allowed. The delivery measure was restricted to medical marijuana deliveries only for 2020, and there are no medical dispensaries in Aurora — but the law allows for recreational delivery in 2021, and there are at least 23 recreational stores in the city.
Mayor Mike Coffman and the full city council have discussed marijuana delivery at past meetings, and an ordinance has already been drafted that would allow pot…
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