Quick answers to questions about what's happening around Abington
WEEK AHEAD: CannaBarn hearing tonight; town elections update; health, planning, finance, zoning, community preservation, charter review boards to meet
Just a couple quick notes before we get into the schedule... PLANNING BOARD TONIGHT REVIEWING FOURTH RETAIL CANNABIS SHOP In case you missed the article, CannaBarn would take over the retail space at 678 Adams Street currently occupied by Wayne's…
Read More WEEK AHEAD: CannaBarn hearing tonight; town elections update; health, planning, finance, zoning, community preservation, charter review boards to meet
‘CannaBarn’ proposal before Planning Board Monday
The Planning Board on Monday will consider a proposal to open a new retail cannabis shop at 678 Adams Street
Info meeting planned Thursday for Adams Street cannabis facility
A cannabis operation proposed for Adams Street will have a public information session on Thursday.
WEEK AHEAD: Cooling station at the Senior Center, summer rec programming, Founder’s Day Weekend, pot shop meeting; planning, health, selectmen, library, parks, playground, zoning boards to meet
Abington's week ahead features a cooling station at the Senior Center, summer rec programming, Founder's Day Weekend, pot shop meeting; also the planning, health, selectmen, library, parks, playground, zoning boards to meet
Public meeting Tuesday night on new cannabis shop
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.
Selectmen approve agreement with 3rd proposed marijuana business; 4th project still on its way
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 to review new deals with pot shop hopefuls
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.
Third marijuana company asks for Abington permit
A Braintree company has officially requested one of Abington's three new retail adult-use marijuana permits.
A green wave in Abington?
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.
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