Nature’s Remedy, a medical marijuana distributor, filed plans with the Falmouth Planning Board for a special permit to operate out of a commercial unit at 31 Teaticket Highway.
The location is part of a commercial condominium known as Tataket Square across from Stop & Shop. The medical marijuana dispensary Seven Point considered the location prior to Nature’s Remedy.
Nature’s Remedy has a host community agreement with the Town of Falmouth. Selectmen unanimously approved that agreement in November.
As part of the terms of the agreement, the town will receive 3 percent of the dispensary’s gross annual sales at its Teaticket Highway location. That number could mean anywhere between $150,000 and $300,000 in revenue for the town.
The plans filed with the planning department show about 3,000 square feet split between an office space and a retail space. The parking calculations at the bottom of the plans indicate 15 parking spaces available at the location.
The plans will not go before the planning board until mid-March.
“We’re looking forward to getting in front of the board,” said Robert C. Carr Jr., chief executive officer of Nature’s Remedy.