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Marijuana-patch maker seeks relocation in Aspen

Marijuana-infused-patch maker Joshua Meacham is looking to relocate his business from the space formerly occupied by Poppie’s Bistro to a basement space located below Johnny McGuire’s Deli.

His application with the city of Aspen for change of location is set for a hearing on Jan. 6. The current location is 835 W. Hallam St., and the new location is listed as 730 E. Cooper Ave., a space that formerly housed Leaf Aspen.


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