Lifestyle Delivery Systems (CSE: LDS) (OTCQX: LDSYF) (Frankfurt: LD6) said that Highway 395 Dispensary has received approvals from the Environmental Protection Agency for environmental impact and yucca tree preservation requirements.
The EPA found that the proposed construction of the dispensary will not have a negative impact on the yucca tree population and the environment. The City of Adelanto informed the company that the application for construction would most likely be on the agenda for planning commission approval this month.
Once built, Highway 395 Dispensary would be accessible to a potential traffic count of over 120,000 vehicles per day. The dispensary will also offer direct delivery service operating under the name of 420 Prime Delivery, which will service the high desert and southern California.
“Highway 395 Dispensary is the final step in the completion of a truly vertically-integrated cannabis company from genetics to the customer’s door step. With the completion of the dispensary and the ability to deliver directly to the customer, the company’s subsidiaries and affiliates can produce, package and deliver cannabis products at prices that will be significantly more competitive than other market participants,” Lifestyle Delivery CEO Brad Eckenweiler stated in a statement.
Highway 395 Dispensary is in the process of building a dispensary experience with a full array of cannabis products for walk-in customers, drive-thru customers and direct delivery to the customer’s home or office.
The dispensary construction is expected to be completed in July/August of 2019.