“After moving to prohibit cannabis-related businesses from opening in town two years ago, lawmakers are now considering reversing course.
The Town Board has been developing zoning legislation to regulate marijuana dispensaries and on-site consumption facilities after prohibiting the businesses ahead of a state-imposed deadline in 2021. A public hearing on the proposal is expected to take place in the coming weeks followed by a vote later this spring.
Supervisor Chris Koetzle said the decision to opt out of allowing the businesses was made because of a lack of state regulations at the time, but noted lawmakers left open the possibility of revisiting the subject once guidelines were produced and a business owner came forward with plans to operate a dispensary.”
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Arnold, Chad. Schenectady Daily Gazette 10 March 2023/