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The council will vote on resolutions to issue three separate cannabis retail licenses; Canopy Crossroads, The Frosted Nug and Monteverde NJ.
Each of these companies went before and were approved by the Red Bank Planning Board.
Canopy Crossroads will set up shop at 9 West Street, occupying an empty space adjoining Red Bank Liquors.
The Frosted Nug location will be at 20 North Bridge Ave., anchored by the WaWa convenience store and Crates Liquors, replacing the China Moon restaurant.
A cannabis store could move in next to Red Bank Liquors after the planning board voted to approve the site Monday night. But the store, named Canopy Crossroad, would still require a borough license before opening.
The store at 9 West St. is one of three cannabis retail stores that have been put before a borough land use board.
An effort to tighten Red Bank’s controversial cannabis business zoning law faces a double-barreled challenge Monday night.
That’s when the owners of two proposed pot shops that would be less than 350 feet apart go to the planning board. Both are expected to argue they comply with the 2021 law.
If approved, Canopy Crossroad would operate at 9 West Street, next door to Red Bank Liquors. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
A cannabis retailer is eyeing the vacant store at 9 West St. next to Red Bank Liquors in the midst of a borough debate on whether or not to further restrict cannabis businesses.
The company, Canopy Crossroad LLC, is headed by the couple Andy Zeitlin, a chemist who was a founding member of the pharmaceutical company Celgene Corp., and Caryn Cohen, a marketing executive who has a medical marijuana card.
New store would be a 'microbusiness'
The Red Bank Planning Board will hold their regular meeting tonight, May 7, 7:00pm, at Borough Hall, 90 Monmouth Street.
The single agenda item is a conditional use, site plan approval and bulk variances being sought by Canopy Crossroads, LLC.
Middletown husband and wife owners Andy Zeitlin and Caryn Cohen are continuing their plan on opening up a cannabis retail outlet at 9 West Street, presently occupied by Red Bank Liquors.