AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) — The Aurora City Council approved a proposal to allow marijuana delivery in the city on a 7-3 vote Monday night.
The program will include a grant program and 36-month exclusivity period for transporters that qualify as social equity licensees under the State’s definitions.
If approved, businesses and transporters may be able to start applying for licensing in January, officials say.
Deliveries will be GPS tracked and transactions must be video recorded. There will also be limits on how much cannabis can be delivered to each customer per day.