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Greensburg to hear plans for medical marijuana dispensary

Jacob Tierney
| Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017, 4:54 p.m.

Keystone Integrated Care will present its plan for a medical marijuana dispensary in Greensburg to the city planning commission on Monday.

The dispensary is one of 52 approved by the state in June, and the only one in Westmoreland County.

Keystone Integrated Care has received a recommendation for approval from Greensburg's Historic and Architectural Review Board. Its plans need to be reviewed by the planning commission and city council before construction can begin.

Keystone Integrated Care shared a concept rendering of the new dispensary on the company's Instagram page .

Keystone Integrated Care's Greensburg Dispensary is located on the eastern edge of the downtown commercial business district and on the City's Gateway Zoning Overlay District along U.S. Route 30/Pittsburgh Street, and will meet the same municipal zoning and land use requirements as other commercial facilities located in the same zoning district §1141.49. ----- The general neighborhood consists primarily of commercially zoned properties with some residential properties and is compliant with §1161.26(b)(1), as no schools or child-care facilities are within 1000 feet, property line to property, of the proposed dispensary location. ----- #mmj #medicalmarijuana #terpenes #cannabis #indica #sativa #thc #cbd #marijuana #cannabisculture #pa #pgh #philly #724 #412 #215 #commonwealth #keystone #testing

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The dispensary will be built on an empty lot on East Pittsburgh Street.

The company has received state approval for two additional dispensaries in Pittsburgh and Cranberry Township.

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