What New Jersey Cities have chosen to Opt-In for Cannabis Retail Sales?

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We have all been wondering which New Jersey cities would opt-in for cannabis retail sales. Ever since the November 2020 elections and New Jersey legalized adult-use cannabis throughout the state.

Municipalities were provided an opportunity to decide whether or not they would accept cannabis businesses within their borders. The municipalities had the deadline of August, 21, 2021. At this time they were to formally announce if they would be participating in New Jersey’s Adult-Use cannabis market. During this process, the municipalities were able to determine which license types would allow. Secondly, they were able to choose the appropriate zoning requirements surrounding these business types. Thirdly, the municipalities were able to decide the limitations on the amount of licenses. They also created local ordinances to outline additional compliance requirements set forth by the municipality. Many municipalities opted out of cannabis business residencies in their communities. Those municipalities will still maintain the ability to reverse that decision and opt in to adult-use cannabis sales and operations. The Cannabis Regulatory Commission can approve the change at any time.

We have the list of New Jersey cities who have chosen to opt-in for cannabis retail sales here.

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About the Author

Ashley Picillo cannabis consulting

Ashley entered the regulated cannabis market in the spring of 2014. She joined one of the largest vertically integrated cannabis businesses in Colorado as the head of marketing, operations and sales. Ashley oversaw day-to-day operations of five dispensaries, a high volume extraction facility. In addition, she managed a 23,000 square foot cultivation facility and 70+ employees. Ashley developed, documented, and implemented the vast majority of the company’s standard operating procedures (SOPs). She also created detailed forecasting models, and calculated the facility’s overall production capacity.

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