Abington's Week Ahead features a bunch of meetings and a high school musical
Natural Agricultural Products - which is looking to open a new cannabis retail, wholesale, cultivation, and manufacturing operation on Route 18 - is holding a community tonight at 6 p.m.
More zoning complaints; COVID restrictions lifting; busy selectmen's meeting Monday, Garden Club sale, compost site open; planning, health, COA, parks boards to meet
Abington selectmen Monday night apprioved a Host Communty Agreement with a Brockton businessman looking to grow, manufacture, and sell adult-use marijuana in town.
Selectmen Monday night are expected to vote on a pair of Host Community Agreements with two new adult-use marijuana operations that could generate hundreds of thousands of additional tax dollars annually.
Abington's first retail marijuana shop is now making its first staff hires.
A Braintree company has officially requested one of Abington's three new retail adult-use marijuana permits.
Abington will soon be able to permit up to five retail marijuana operations under an updated zoning bylaw overwhelmingly approved by Town Meeting Tuesday night.
The Planning Board approved construction plans for the town's second retail marijuana shop.
The schedule this week includes Election Day, a Board of Health meeting, a possible Planning Board vote on a pot shop, and a bowling tournament.