GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ — Gloucester Township Council will vote on a proposed medical marijuana dispensary and the Blackwood West Redevelopment Plan overhaul when it meets Monday night.
Gloucester Township Council meets 7:30 p.m. Monday night at the municipal building, 1261 Chews Landing Road.
The first proposal would permit an alternative treatment center to provide a medical marijuana dispensary as a permitted use in the Highway Commercial Zone.
This is different from the discussions Gloucester Township had earlier this year about recreational marijuana, as this proposal spells out that medicinal marijuana would be the permitted use in this situation.
There will also be a public hearing and final vote on the proposal to repeal and adopt the Blackwood West Redevelopment Plan.
A proposed overhaul of the initial plan, which was adopted in 2003, was introduced at the Oct. 25 meeting. Read more here: Gloucester Township Considers Overhaul Of Blackwood West Plan
Township Council will also introduce plans to amend the administrative code and the code overseeing personnel policy and procedures. The public hearing and final votes on those plans will take place at the Dec. 29 meeting, which was rescheduled from Dec. 27.
There will be a resolution to make budget transfers due to expected deficiencies in