Cuzzie's LLC seeks Council support for its license application to open a store at the One Market Street apartment complex.
The company received its conditional retail license from the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission last July and would be operated by Joshua Evans of Sicklerville, according to the commission. The other owner would be Lemar Boone, according to the Camden Cannabis Committee's report to Council.
"This company has the financial wherewithal to support this cannabis business," the committee told Council.
With the opening of Simply Pure Trenton in his hometown of Ewing, Tahir Johnson will blaze a new trail as he becomes the first entrepreneur with a cannabis-related conviction to own and operate a legal adult-use dispensary in New Jersey.
Construction is set to wrap up by the end of May with a grand opening scheduled for June, and the well-known 39-year-old cannabis advocate couldn’t be more excited for what’s ahead.
A new marijuana dispensary is coming to Somerset County.
Cloud Nine Cannabis Dispensary, owned by Cloud Nine Dispensary LLC, was previously approved for the location at 513-527 Route 22 West in North Plainfield by the Borough Council. And signs for the new dispensary were recently posted this month.
The resolution by the Council said the dispensary's location is "appropriately located" in a commercial and business zone and not in a residential zone.
Officials in Camden have given approval for the city’s first marijuana dispensary, run by a business that’s been around for nearly 100 years.
“It’s an exciting and extremely humbling experience,” said Bell Pharmacy owner Tony Minniti.
Nowhere else in the country does a pharmacy act as a dispensary for medical and recreational cannabis.
Minniti says they are currently renovating the second floor to create the space for a dispensary, which includes a new $85,000 elevator. Minniti says the business is coming full circle to its history.
The Lakehurst Borough Council unanimously approved the three businesses — a manufacturer license and two retail licenses — at its Sept. 15 council meeting.
It approved Life Extracts LLC for a Class 2 cannabis manufacturer license for an operation that will be in the light industrial zone. The retail licenses were approves for Stoke Industries LLC to be located at 112 Center St. and for C3 Lakehurst LLC at 145 Route 70, former Burger King property.
The Montclair Planning Board approved an application for a new recreational marijuana dispensary during their meeting on Monday.
The board reviewed an application from Moodi Day LLC for a conditional use permit for adult cannabis retail use at 151 Valley Road. Learn more about the plans for the property here. See the application here, and see renderings here.
During Monday’s hearing, one of the business’ co-owners, Jacquelin DeVore, said that she and her husband hope to sell adult-use cannabis to local Montclair residents.