Morristown officials have approached the topic of cannabis businesses with caution. Town Council appears likely to temporarily prohibit such establishments, but officials have expressed openness to allowing medical and recreational dispensaries in a limited capacity.
Since New Jersey legalized adult use of recreational marijuana, some towns have moved to completely prohibit cannabis businesses. Others will adjust their zoning rules to limit such businesses and designate them to certain locations within town. Although nothing is definite, Morristown is looking into the latter route, Council President Stefan Armington told Patch.
"We are in the process of establishing zoning a licensing legislation for both recreational and medical, presumably combined in one dispensary," Armington said.
Officials haven't decided on a general location.