Redding’s own zoning board issued a one-year moritorium on medical marijuana dispensaries last July. After that time period runs out, a medical marijuana dispensary would not longer be prevented from opening in town.
“Connecticut’s medical marijuana program has seen significant growth over the past year as safe, legal product has become available for patients. The Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) is, therefore, requesting applications for additional medical marijuana dispensary facilities to serve the State,” a press release from the DCP said.
Connecticut’s Department of Consumer Protection announced earlier this month it will begin accepting new applications to build medical marijuana dispensaries in the state. The last dispensaries approved by the state opened in 2014. Redding’s own zoning board issued a one-year moritorium on medical marijuana dispensaries last July. After […]