Business was blooming this past weekend at downtown Middlebury’s FLŌRA, a fully licensed and permitted cannabis retail shop that opened to brisk traffic as Vermont’s cannabis retail law took effect on Oct. 1. As of that date FLŌRA was only one of three such fully licensed and permitted ventures.
The Middlebury selectboard on Tuesday agreed to hold a second public hearing on a series of sweeping municipal zoning bylaw revisions, but only after carving proposed cannabis retail rules out of the package for a separate review and approval timeline.
Emeraldrose Grows owner Greg Newman is planning to add a new kind of flower to his organic gardening shop this fall: recreational cannabis.
The Ferrisburgh selectboard has scheduled a public hearing on proposed new zoning laws that would govern where sellers, growers and manufacturers of cannabis could work within town limits.
Satori last year purchased the former Conner Homes facility on Route 7 South in Middlebury and intends to turn it into a state-of-the-art cannabis grow and processing facility.
By August, or possibly November, Ferrisburgh could have new zoning in place to establish where in the town cannabis retailers can set up shop and growers can plant their crops. A public vote on any new zoning laws is required.
Middlebury voters’ decision last year to open the town’s doors to recreational cannabis ventures has led to two such applications being filed this month.
With Ferrisburgh residents in March backing legal retail cannabis sales in their town and Vermont law allowing that activity to begin in October, the Ferrisburgh selectboard on Tuesday began considering the town’s permitting process.
Childhood friends Max Eingorn, Ronald Williams and Zachary Tyson had often talked about going into business together.
Bristol voters on Town Meeting Day overwhelmingly approved a measure that will permit licensed cannabis retailers to operate in town.
If voters approve the measure on March 1, retail sales of cannabis (most often referred to as marijuana) could begin in the town as early as October.
Among the dozen communities considering opting-in for cannabis sales at this year’s Town Meeting are Bristol and Ferrisburgh.
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