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Marijuana Dispensary Hearing to Continue in Brick on Wednesday

BRICK TOWNSHIP, NJ-The township will continue to hear an application for a marijuana dispensary 7 pm at Civic Plaza, located at 270 Chambers Bridge Road on Wednesday.   The zoning board will hear from the applicant, Jersey Shore Therapeutic Health Care as they seek to convert the former bank at 385 Adamston Road into a retail point-of-sale location of medical marijuana.

The contested application has become more scruitinized by neighbors opposing it after it was learned that the head of security for the firm, Michael White, is the brother-in-law of Brick Township Mayor John Ducey.   Last week, photos also emerged of Jersey Shore Therepeutic Health Care executive Michael Allcock partying with Mayor Ducey at the River Rock Restaurant to celebrate the mayor’s election victory. 

 

 

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