A condo association is looking to void approvals that would allow Story cannabis dispensary to open on 14th Street in Hoboken.
The Secaucus-based company has submitted plans to add recreational pot distribution and a lounge to their approved Jersey City project.
Despite a heated debate, full approvals have been obtained at the local level for a micro-dispensary in Hoboken.
The university is claiming that the planning board’s approval of the Medusa dispensary and consumption lounge violates local ordinances, as the facility’s entrance is allegedly within 65 feet of their school.
An entity called The Other Side is looking to transform space along Congress Street into a dispensary and lounge spanning two floors.
The co-owners of the company share details about their approved 2,800-square foot dispensary that will revitalize a long-vacant building along Newark Avenue’s Pedestrian Plaza.
A condo association claims that a company co-owned by the wife of Jersey City’s mayor purchased their storefront to "facilitate the installation of a cannabis dispensary under the false pretense of relocating a physical therapy practice."
Haytham Elgawly, a Jersey City resident for 33 years, has won the first round of approvals to bring a cannabis dispensary and consumption lounge to a storefront in McGinley Square.
All New Jersey residents over 21 will soon be able to legally buy pot at 13 existing medicinal facilities as recreational dispensaries and consumption lounge applications continue to emerge at the local level.
Jersey City has seen such an avalanche of cannabis businesses looking to open that a special meeting will be called to discuss the applications.