The borough will allow licensed facilities to grow and process marijuana wholesale, but will not permit retail pot stores to open.
The Borough Council unanimously approved two ordinances earlier this month that allow certain licensed marijuana facilities to operate in nonresidential areas in the borough.
"By allowing this, you're bringing in manufacturing, which is the largest tax revenue this town will actually see," Councilman Peter Guindi said. "Besides what the town may implement once this does come into our town, the state actually not only supersedes us, but they have even stricter rules and regulations. I can tell you that this is something where it's not going to be a storefront, nobody's going to be allowed in it."
It's going to be "so discreet" you won't know it exists, he said.