Lawsuit to stop Story Dispensary dismissed – The Hudson Reporter

Story Dispensary are seeking to create a cannabis store in northeast Hoboken. Photo by Mark Koosau.

A lawsuit against controversial cannabis applicant Story Dispensary has been dismissed by a Superior Court judge, putting a stop for the moment to any legal action against the potential Hoboken facility.

Hudson County Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Jablonski dismissed the lawsuit without prejudice by the 51-53 14th Street Condominium Association, representing residents in the building where Story Dispensary could potentially set up shop. “Without prejudice” means another lawsuit can be filed in the future.

The condo association sued Story in May, alleging that they were misled in the creation of the dispensary “under the false pretense” of relocating a physical therapy office co-owned by Jaclyn Fulop, the wife of Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop.

They alleged that after the former owner of the now-closed Hudson Tavern sold the property to Jaclyn Fulop and co-owner Drew Nussbaum last November, the two agreed to a letter of intent to lease the property to Story, who are planning to create a recreational cannabis dispensary.

Story has been met with an organized controversy since their initial Cannabis Review Board meeting in February over how

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