The members of the North Brunswick Township Council have passed resolutions supporting a retail cannabis facility’s application and a cannabis cultivation facility’s application to the state to become licensed cannabis businesses.
On Jan. 10, council members passed a resolution in support of Jersey Garden Greens to operate a Class 5 Retail License and adult-use cannabis retail facility; and a resolution in support of Cedar Fairmont Health Cultivators for a Class 1 Cultivator License to operate an adult-use cannabis cultivation micro business.
“It is our policy to accept any request to support a state application from an organization that has properly created an LLC per the state regulations and are otherwise deferring to the state process regarding screening,” Michael Hritz, director of the North Brunswick Department of Community Development, said during the meeting.
Hritz said the council’s resolutions support the businesses, but do not ensure a commitment. He further said the state will receive hundreds of applications and he explained that if state officials approve and license either or both businesses for North Brunswick, a business or businesses will have to come before the Planning Board to obtain land use approval.
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