Jersey City Cannabis Control Board adjourns 3 dispensary applications, approves 2 – Hudson County View

The Jersey City Cannabis Control Board adjourned three dispensary applications and approved two others at last night’s meeting.

By Daniel Ulloa/Hudson County View

Kreme of the Pot, seeking to operate at 50 Journal Square, was first on the agenda after being tabled at the last meeting. Their attorney, Elnardo Webster, asked to be adjourned again to June 12th.

Therefore, they were adjourned unanimously (4-0), with Commissioner Courtney Sloane absent.

VT 420 LLC, at 840 Communipaw Ave., was up next. Attorney Fruqan Mouzon explained they’re Vietnamese immigrants and with numerous Jersey City businesses.

Former Ward B Councilman Khemraj “Chico” Ramchal said he was there on behalf of Hudson County Commissioner Bill O’Dea (D-2).

He also said they spoke with Ward B Councilwoman Mira Prinz-Arey on behalf of the applicants, who Ramchal described as very civically minded.

“They’ve been helping us with our non-profit helping feeding the community,” he explained.

Phil Kenny, of the South Hudson Civic Association, said he has known them for 20 years, during which they have helped with Christmas, Easter, and senior events regularly.

Ksoa Tran said he arrived in the United States in 1993 and moved to Jersey City in 1995.

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