The Ohio Department of Commerce is authorized to award up to 40 provisional licenses for processors. To receive a certificate of operation, each provisional licensee will have to comply with all statutory and rule requirements which includes zoning requirements of the locality.
The first round of awards included applicants who met the minimum requirements of the application. Please note there are still four applicants who may be eligible for licenses in the first round. Tax and/or background checks are still pending for these applicants.
A second round of review will occur for applications needing additional clarifying information. This pool of applicants will be scored and awarded separately from the Round 1 recipients. For the remaining applicants, the department will be asking for additional clarifying information.
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The Ohio Department of Commerce finished accepting processor applications on Friday, December 15th. The Department received 104 processor applications. From these, the Department is authorized to award up to 40 provisional licenses.
The MMCP and the Department of Commerce has released the application and instructions for interested parties seeking to apply for a processor license. Applications will be accepted December 4, 2017 – December 15, 2017.
The processor application fee is $10,000 and the certificate of operation fee is $90,000; a processor annual license renewal fee is $100,000.
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Please note: The dates listed in this section reflect those specified in the law and are for informational purposes only. Rule adoption and program implementation may occur earlier than the dates specified.