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Peak Harvest Could Have Been Hurt By State’s Decision To Move In A Different Direction

August 24th, 2016 by WCBC Radio

Allegany County Commissioner Bill Valentine tells WCBC News that he believes the spring decision by the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission to separate the issuance of growing and processing licenses may have played a role in Peak Harvest Health being passed over.  Allegany County was positioned to receive an operation in the form of Peak Harvest- which had been looking to grow and process medical marijuana- with plans to hire at least 100 people at a site to be located near the County Office Complex on Kelly Road. Valentine says the state’s decision to move in a different direction in the middle of the process may have hurt Peak Harvest’ chances…


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