Local Modiv had sued the city and the cannabis control board in July after its application was rejected, arguing that the board had applied “an incorrect standard” and had treated its application differently than others.
Local Modiv’s owners, CEO Chelsea Duffy, the vice chairwoman of the city’s Women’s Advisory Board, and COO Matthew Cimiluca, an IT engineer, received planning board approval in March, as well as obtained a conditional license by the state last month.
Billing themselves as a non-profit corporation dedicated to proper implementation and regulation of Hoboken’s cannabis industry, Hoboken for Responsible Cannabis Inc. has filed a lawsuit against the City of Hoboken Planning Board and Blue Violets LLC in Hudson County Superior Court.
The complaint alleges that the Planning Board had no jurisdiction to review the application for the Blue Violets dispensary and that the body violated Hoboken local ordinances by approving the application.
51-53 14th Street Condominium Association, Inc. filed a 23-page lawsuit against 51-53 14th Street Retail LLC, Exchange Physical Therapy Group, Drew Nussbaum, Jaclyn Fulop, Story Dispensary, Samantha Silva, and Howard Hintz in the Hudson County Superior Court Chancery Division on Monday.