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From Sage Cannabis, May 27, 2016: Sage Cannabis will hold a community education meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. June 3 at 1001 Massachusetts Ave., in the Mid-Cambridge neighborhood, […]
The City Council voted 8-0 to approve zoning that would allow a medical marijuana dispensary near Harvard Square. The quest for a dispensary by Sage Cannabis began in November, and is far from over.
Councillors asked for a legal opinion after some worried that a one-block change in zoning to allow a dispensary in the Mid-Cambridge neighborhood seemed like “spot zoning” that was unfair to other pot businesses and possibly illegal.
The city moved closer Monday to deciding whether to place a medical marijuana dispensary near Harvard Square, with city councillors mainly focusing debate on whether it was right to create zoning that seemed to allow for only a single business.
We need to make sure we’ve learned the lesson of lighting at the Zinc luxury apartment building by ensuring that its display stay off and that whatever ordinance is passed prevents such lighting anywhere in the city.
A change to zoning that would allow a medical marijuana dispensary near Harvard Square deserves examination, city councillors decided, voting to send it on to their Ordinance Committee.
Before Sage Cannabis can sell medical marijuana in a below-ground retail space between Harvard and Central squares, it has to sell city officials and residents on why it’s a good idea.
We are building a cultivation facility and dispensary in Milford, and have proposed locating an additional dispensary in Cambridge, and we would like to ask for your help.
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