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City Council members were divided on whether to allow recreational marijuana businesses in Paterson. Anything goes Paterson!

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If they are going to smoke it anyway, why should only drug dealers and other cities benefit? Thetentman Thetentman. Related posts.

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Councilman Al Abdelaziz did not like a part of the ordinance that allows marijuana businesses to open in any commercial zone in Paterson. He said cannabis has helped him with his medical condition.

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She said some speakers erroneously thought the city is passing a law to legalize marijuana. Minorities keep on voting Democrats in to office.

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But a closed-door meeting would violate New Jersey open meetings law. Where would America be in another 50 years? If it fails to take action cultivation, wholesale, and distribution facilities will be allowed in industrial and commercial zones. This will ultimately further destroy our communities.

It can impose a 1 percent tax on wholesaler, according to officials. They will just keep buying it elsewhere and Paterson will lose out on the economic benefits.

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Why would government do this? GTI has made it a point to employ local residents at its two facilities. She suggested allowing pot businesses in the city will require taxpayers to pay for more police resources as large of people flock to those shops. Yogi Zuna.

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Don't people get that this further destroys us black and brown people. Mendez also wanted a list of criteria so businesses seeking s are not arbitrarily rejected.

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We should all know what drug use ultimately does to the person. She plans to hold a special meeting to further discuss the ordinance before time runs out. Davila, who twice before served as council president, agreed a closed-door meeting is needed.

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The message the government is. She said she can see the benefits of having cannabis businesses. Almost two dozen people spoke at the meeting, half of them in favor while the other half against.

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RiSE opened in It faced serious opposition when it tried to open in South Paterson. Some suggested using half of the revenue collected from marijuana businesses to fund recreation programs for young people. Councilman Alex Mendez opposed a clause in the ordinance that grants the power to grant local marijuana s to the economic development director. It eventually opened at a site on 5 th Avenue, near Route Paterson can impose 2 percent tax on cultivators, manufacturers, and retailers. The council president is attempting to build consensus with her colleagues. But not everyone agrees with Sayegh.

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Sharing Twitter Facebook this article Print this article. Fry was ed by multiple employees of Green Thumb Industries GTIwhich owns a grow facility and a dispensary in Paterson, to speak in favor of allowing marijuana businesses. Democrats are.

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She said marijuana has been legalized in New Jersey and cannot be outlawed. He suggested other cities will benefit by selling to Paterson residents. It is in fact crazy to not allow the people who smoke it not to purchase it in their own city. He said the harm far outweighs the benefits.

Deputy economic development director Osner Charles said Paterson was among the cities most affected by the so-called war on drugs. That makes no sense at all. Horrible message sent.

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He said ultimate approval should be left to the City Council not an unelected government bureaucrat. Paterson has until August 21 to adopt an ordinance. Next opportunity to opt out will be in five years. Mayor Andre Sayegh fully supports the opening of various marijuana businesses in Paterson, viewing it as a potential engine to create jobs and bring revenue into to municipal coffers. Legalizing this only will further deteriorate people of color.

Wake up Patersonians this idiots in city hall dont care about problems in our city.

Chino Vargas. Well the guys already selling weed in Paterson will be happy if you ban it.

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Probably another third world country like most of the garbage in Paterson.