The application individuals and entities will be required to complete if they want to operate a cannabis business in Tinton Falls has been approved by the members of the Borough Council.
During a meeting on Oct. 11, council members approved the borough’s cannabis license application and authorized the acceptance of applications in November.
Municipal officials set Nov. 1 through Nov. 30 as the initial control dates for applications to be submitted. Applications will be accepted for consideration during that period, according to a resolution.
According to the resolution, cannabis business applications may only be filed through electronic submission online; the applications will not be accepted in-person at the municipal building. The application and instructions will be made available on the municipal website for review and submission.
Borough Attorney Kevin Starkey said potential applicants will need a conditional license issued by the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission to apply for a cannabis license in Tinton Falls. Individuals and entities with applications for annual licenses from the state may also apply.