Commission approves Fort Smith dispensary move, ownership change for processor October 6, 2022 By Griffin Coop The state Medical Marijuana Commission approved a change of location for a Fort Smith dispensary and a change of ownership for a Little Rock processor at its meeting Thursday afternoon, according to commission spokesman Scott Hardin. Commissioners voted unanimously to allow The Greenery dispensary of Fort Smith to move from 3904 Ayers Road in Fort Smith to 4520 Phoenix Avenue in Fort Smith. The dispensary was previously known as Fort Cannabis. The commissioners also voted unanimously to approve a change of ownership for Dark Horse Medicinals. The Little Rock processor brought on four new owners: John Hart, Mitchell Perry, Kevin Kordsmeier and Corey Porter. Casey Flippo’s ownership of the business fell from 35.9% to 28.66%, although he will continue to own the largest share of the business. The commission was also notified of floor plan changes for Good Day Farm Texarkana and for Osage Creek Dispensary’s planned location in Eureka Springs. Osage Creek is located in Fayetteville but was approved in May for a future move to the artsy Northwest Arkansas resort town. The commission also held a public hearing for rule changes to determine how commission decisions are reviewed. No one spoke during the public hearing. The rules must next be approved by the Arkansas Legislative Council, which is the final step for approval.