However, those issues have been resolved, Morris told TAPinto in an email.
“The Township had a professional discussion with the business owner and their team to resolve outstanding issues,” he said. “The Township is satisfied with the results of those discussions (and) Daylite has received approval from the Township."
Morris declined to specify what security measures Daylite Cannabis agreed to take to allow the Township’s approval, adding that “announcing them to the world is not appropriate and would defeat the security improvements that the Police Department recommended.”
Daylite Cannabis’ next step is to go back to the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission for that entity’s “final blessing,” according to Morris.
The owner of Daylite Cannabis, Steve Cassidy, could not be reached for comment before this story’s publication.