The cannabis enterprises given a green light to open via resolutions are: Enlighten Health and Wellness LLC, which Township Manager Robert Corrales told the Pine Barrens Tribune is planning to set up shop at the old Marlton Diner building on Route 70; and Highway 90 LLC, the proposed location of which will be a former ReMax building off Route 73 just south of where it intersects with Route 70, Corrales said.
The family operators of a Mount Laurel amusement park and a Cherry Hill country club want to offer another form of relaxation here — a weed shop.
Evesham’s planning board recently advanced the proposal after hearing Randy Lahn and Alex Lahn describe a new use for a gutted office building on Old Marlton Pike near Route 73.
The board acted weeks after approving a separate proposal to sell cannabis products at the former Marlton Diner on westbound Route 70.
And ever since then, there’s been much speculation about what’s next for the closed retro-style diner located at 781 Rte 70 W, Marlton, NJ 08053.
Not long after its permanent closing, a mysterious fence appeared around the building, and it was unclear whether its purpose was to ward off trespassers or a sign of a future demolition. But even more interestingly…
There’s also been speculation of whether or not plans were being made to turn the diner into a cannabis dispensary.
If you were hoping the diner wouldn’t be demolished, good news! Here’s a glimmer of hope.