It’s time to make one yourself, as the city’s marijuana vending machines are being replaced with vending machines that sell weed.
A new batch of vending machines has been approved for use in the city, but many of the machines still have issues with heaters and heating mats that could damage them, according to New York City’s Public Advocate Letitia James.
“This is not a vending machine that is going to be good for the community,” she said at the hearing.
“The vending machine itself is not going to work, and I don’t think that it should work.”
New York City Public Advocate letitia james speaks to the New York Public Advocate at the Public Advocate Building on March 12, 2017 in New York, New York.
The city is moving to replace all its cannabis vending machines with marijuana vending units.
The first machine will be ready for use on June 7.
It will cost $5,000 and be located in a public area.
It is being installed in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Astoria and will be used by around 400 people.
A second one will be installed in Staten Island, and it will cost about $3,000.
All the vending machines will be equipped with heat and a ventilation system, and will have cooling features.
They will be staffed by licensed employees, and they will be located at public places like grocery stores, convenience stores, and liquor stores.
The City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve the first batch of marijuana vending machine replacements.
The program was first approved by the state legislature in January, and now the city is using the same technology to install new machines in neighborhoods across the city.
Council member Daniel J. Donovan said the new vending machines could be used to ease some of the burden of the existing system.
“They are going to save us a ton of money and allow us to get a lot of people into the stores, to make sure that the city has access to marijuana,” he said.