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Proposed new marijuana establishment in Fall River announces meeting

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A new marijuana establishment will be opening in the coming months and in turn a meeting has been scheduled with the community to discuss any concerns.

Agricultural Healing, Inc. will hold a Community Outreach Meeting on June 25, 2019 at the Fall River Public Library, 104 North Main Street, Fall River, MA 02720 at 5:00 PM to discuss the proposed siting of an Adult Use Marijuana Establishment in Fall River at 1 Lewiston Street in accordance with M.G.L. ch. 94G and the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission’s regulations at 935 CMR 500.000 et seq.

Topics to be discussed at the meeting will include, but not be limited to:

1. The type(s) of Adult-Use Marijuana Establishment(s) to be located at the proposed address;

2. Plans for maintaining a secure facility;

3. Plans to prevent diversion to minors;

4. Plans to positively impact the community; and

5. Plans to ensure the establishment will not constitute a nuisance to the community.

Interested members of the community are encouraged to ask questions and receive answers from Agricultural Healing, Inc.’s representatives.

Agricultural Healing executed a Host Community Agreement with Fall River on February 4, 2019.

The Commission received a municipal response from Fall River on May 15, 2019 stating the applicant was in compliance with all local ordinances and bylaws.

The location is expected to cultivate, manufacture, and dispense marijuana and is scheduled to be open before the end of the year.

Dissolving tablets, Tinctures, Sprays, Ready-to-use extracted hash oils, Pre-dosed oil vaporizers, Capsules, Cooking oils, Edibles, and Beverages are expected to be sold.

The Cannabis Control Commission recommend a provisional license with the following conditions:

1.Final license is subject to inspection to ascertain compliance with Commission regulations.
2.Final license is subject to compliance with applicable state laws and local codes, ordinances, and bylaws.
3.The applicant shall cooperate with and provide information to Commission staff.
4.Provisional licensure is subject to the payment of the appropriate license fee.

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